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Well, if it isn't time for my weekly 3 hour break from my TBI to my TBI, and how I enjoy talking to you folks! Its my 'break' from the 'scene', if you will. My scene? Past few months it been situated in my bed room or inside the Downtown Milton Studio. Emotional wreck? Far from it, even in the midst of this winter. Emotionally mad about staying inside? Not really, its cold. Emotionally happy? On Sundays and in prep for the show usually. How about Emotionally stuck in a family situation, confused. You know, like deciding what T.V. show to watch, which can be confusing to the mind, before just deciding not to watch anything. I KNOW HOW YOUR LIFE GOES - SO DOES MINE. Yet, pretty well trained by the Dr. Lisa Thompson Foundation Center to regulate my personal stimuli - the process doesn't ALWAYS work in controlling your emotions. But helps. Helps all - Survivor, Family, Caregiver, everyone - even the postal workers (let's hope). Julie Sharp-Kintz will again be on the show, as we discuss Emotional Regulation with you. Call us. Julie, in her final semester in Phsycology at IPFW University, has spent the weekend researching our subject. Except for phone time with me - because we need her on Brain Injury Radio and I 'discussed' (rambled) the subject. What an inspiration. And she says she can be Emotionally bored? Uh, Co-Host's, Kelly, all - that's my primary job on TMDS. Speaking of CoHost's, Jasmine will (hopefully) reflect on her first 'On The Road" experience across America (Greyhound has been an Emotional wreck for her). Call us, let's get Emotional with another.(424)243-9540 or new Toll Free #'s (855) 473-3711. Outside North America (the Islands & Panama Canal on up, I reckon) our Free Number is (202) 559-7907. No Lefty, no cat #.
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