One of the hardest things many brain injury survivors go through is the loss of loved ones in our lives. These changes we perceive as subtitle are extreme and overwhelming for our friends and family. The soon lose the ability and desire in many cases to support us. Most times it is because they are clueless to what is going on and by the time people figure it out it is to late. As we watch our relationships fall apart one by one, feeling the pains of the energy being sucked directly from our soul. Changing them and us forever. If you were one of the lucky ones and still those relationships you were bless with people of strong conviction, and full of love, let them know how much that means, it really is what life is about. For the rest of us our journey is to rebuild our new lives and forgiving those who tore our soul at its core. Isolation is very common among us survivors; sometime we feel like we don’t fit in anywhere, sometimes we just need a break. But prolonged isolation leads to major depressive disorders and even death. We are going to have a wide Varity of guests to share their journey and experiences. I believe this is more far of a common occurrence than people would like to admit. How do we stop the cycle and begin to live our lives.