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As Promised, TBI Social Skills is presented in its entirety. Or close. We can always finish up. Because our social skills followinng a Brain Injury, much like our physical or occupattional skills have been drawn back to Day 1 of life, must be understood, acceptable, and very much so visa-versa. We have to understand others.
Oh boy. Let's talk, (424) 243-9540, let's learn personall and body language understanding and presentation. How to yak, how to shutup. (yes, I said that). Going from the Dr Lisa Thompson Family Education Center on TBI manuals, notes and memory. Uh, oh boy again...
Of course we will rock. Fall Season jams, Thanksgivien rock, our Thankfulness, our falls. Bring it on. Leave your TBI at the door. TMDS has it for a few hours. But ddon't forget to pick it up on your way our. I got enough myself to wake up to....
After a brief hiatus, I am back to podcasting. Today I will chat about my journey with a TBI and how I came to write a book.
Full Definition of BLAH
1: also blah–blah \-?blä\ : silly or pretentious chatter or nonsense
2: plural [perhaps influenced in meaning by blasé] : a feeling of boredom, lethargy, or general dissatisfaction
You understand the definition of TBI. Do I ''blah blah blah?'' Depends on who is listening to what. Do I listen to ''Blah Blah Blah?'' Usually, but I'm Support Group trained. Uh, there is some 'blahing' going on inside to walls, at times. But, in today's new world, I lilsten - wether folks think I am or not. I listen, and I can be slow to respond. Slowing down, helps us cope with BI's. Survivor and Caregiverr alike.
Webster's definition #2, no that reacches the TBI level of life. We go to sleep sad, serious and bored. We wake up, dreamless and bored. Whatever the day may bring, as Survivors we will appear or simply be bored. Staring, at nothing, or something, just staring. We stare. For many reasons, we stare. Want to know how to avoid 'staring' all day, or a big part of it? So do I - call me and explain to us how you avoid THE BLAH's...
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Tonight we will discuss the nature of the mind, body and soul before and after any trauma. How to recognize your true feelings and what steps one can take towards acceptance and survival. Hi, my name is Isis Serran-Pagan. I am a TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) survivor. I join the faces of all that go through daily challenges, struggles and as well as accomplishments living with a brain injury. Joining the voices of inspiration, support and awareness to all those struggling to find their "new normal'. Let's find it together! Join me, to listen and be part of the discusion. I look forward to hearing from you too!
I will talk the full show about my stroke and how it has impacted my life and what I am doing now. So call in or sign into chat and talk with me ask questions. I can keep talking but let's be real.....over and hour of just me talking about me needs a litte of you.
This show is about stroke and brain injury and is for anyone interested in stroke with bits and pieces thrown in for inspiration, ways to be healthy, less stressed and more. I want to be here to share and to lift up other stroke survivors or warriors. I want to help you find out there are others going through what you have gone though. Maybe not the same journey but a survivor none the less. To give positive information, inspire and embrace what you have and continue moving forward.
Sandeep Vaishnavi, MD, PhD is the director of the Neuropsychiatric Clinic at Carolina Partners. He is a neuropsychiatrist at the Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke University Medical Center and is affiliated with Duke’s Departments of Psychiatry and Community and Family Medicine. Dr. Vaishnavi’s new book, published by Johns Hopkins Press, is titled THE TRAUMATIZED BRAIN: A FAMILY GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING MOOD, MEMORY, AND BEHAVIOR AFTER BRAIN INJURY. ABC News Journalist and TBI survivor Bob Woodruff said, in his endorsement of the book, “If ever there was a book that truly could save your life it would be this one.” THE TRAUMATIZED BRAIN is available on Amazon.com and in bookstores.
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers.
The front half of show is a featured guest. to join us in the discussion. The second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire! Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and www.facebook.com/braininjuryradionetwork
I joined the Army in 97 after graduating college. I spent four years at Ft. Hood, deploying to Bosnia in 98. I ets'd in 2001 and joined the Indiana national guard. Six months later my unit activated stateside. After two years of that, my ex got orders to Ft. Wainwright so re-enlisted back to the active duty side. I had just re-enlisted to reclass when I ended up having surgery on my achillies and was med boarded out. I currently work in a powerplant.
Daniel Kraemer, is a 15 year US Air Force veteran. He has participated in multiple operations including Operation Noble Eagle, Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, as well as numerous humanitarian missions around the world. During his last deployment in October of 2013 Daniel was injured with a Traumatic Brain Injury which lead to his discharge due to medical injuries. With a TBI, PTSD, anxiety and other PTSD symptoms Daniel felt as if he had nothing once his military career was cut short. With only idle time on his hands Daniel started to drift and let his demons control his every move. It wasn't until almost a year later in late fall 2014 Daniel checked himself into a VA PTSD treatment facility for help. It was there, an old boxing trainer who worked as the facility's recreation director showed Daniel that he was still a warrior, and just because he wasn't at war there was still a battle that needed to be fought. It was through a renewed love of boxing that Daniel found his road to recovery and dealing with his day to day demons. With keeping with that warrior mentality and vigorous strength and conditioning along with intense fight training Daniel has come along way from his dark days of only a few years ago. His goal is to help as many of his fellow combat veterans as possible through fitness and mixed martial arts.
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When we're kids, the holidays usually represent joy and wonder, excitement and extra activity. Not for all, but for many of us. For other less fortunate kids, the desire for those emotions is there.
As an adult survivor of brain injury and the caregivers, while the wish we could still feel that way, the truth is, the tightrope can be very thin. Sometimes as hard we try, the positive emotions can give way to overwhelming, stressful, and depressive feelings. How can we achieve a balance, or can we? How do we makea tricky situation more tolerable and happy for everyone?
Special guests with a special request will be stopping by. Wendy "Yaya", her daughter Melissa and her two sons Dillon (12) and Tyler (10). They both have a terminal illness. With surgeries and proper medical care they can be expected to live into their 20s. After they were diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and are the 2015 NE MDA Ambassadors. Their house burned down in CO. They returned to Omaha and are now both confined to wheelchairs. In the brutal climate of the midwest, a critical need has come up and we hope you can help. See www.gofundme.com/whafuw48 Or if you prefer Wells Fargo Omaha has an account set up called DillonTylerVan, which you can send a donation to. Check with your own Wells Fargo about getting the deposit made to Account number 5089869753.
After hearing my guests, I think you'll find Thanks and Giving easier to achieve, and hopefully help in the spirit of Thanksgiving.
Anxiety!!!! BLAH!!! Do you panic about having another Aneurysm or AVM? We have had those thoughts and experiences. Let's talk about it. Anxiety happens when the holidays come around or if you have to return to work or just trying to get back to daily living. Join us!
Thanksgiving is just aroung the corner, a time where family members come together and celebrate togetherness. But when you have a Brain Injury and or PTSD, times like this can be often overwhelming. Background noise and or activities can (and does) create anxiety and duress. We can become closed off, selcuded as our brains attempt to process everything that is occuring. So how do we handle this? Join us tonight as Kevin & Maggie share some great tips to help improve not only your Holidays but EVERY Day by THINKing instead of 'feeling'!
Please join us to learn a positive approach to a better life with co-host and special guest Executive Vice President National Seizure Disorders Foundation, David Paul.
We are talking about beating a drum for a positive change in life and concentrating on stress relievers. People need to ask themselves "What does not work in my my life and how do I change it?" Too many people concentrate on what's wrong instead of what needs to make them better.
The concentration should be "I need to focus on a better life to get there."
Please check out our resources and our non-profit websites to become members, see our support services we offer and get involved in team work in the community.
Tonight we welcome a guest that hits home with the 'America Akbar' family. As many of our regular listners know, we are huge supporters of the Military, especially those that suffer from wounds, both seen and unseen. PTSD and TBI are often the topic. Well, Tyler Skluzacek created a new app that will help post-traumatic stress disorder patients quell night terrors. Tyler's father, Army Sgt. First Class Patrick Skluzacek spent a year in Iraq when his son was in middle school. He came back with PTSD and night terrors. Tyler had an inspiration borne of love for his Dad, and now he is sharing that inspiration that will help thousands!
Another week where 2 hours will undoubtedly not be long enough to fit it all in!
Gadi and Dee will be bringing their unique point of view to the headlines on the world of national security and islam, keeping you way ahead of everyone else.
We'll have another full show for you as there is so much to discuss from the news this week. To join in the conversation in the chat room and or on the show join us here or call in at 347-857-1380
Gadi Adelman is a writer, educator, and lecturer on counter-terrorism and Islam. Using a twist on the screams of Jihadists, he's named his show 'America Akbar!', America is Greater!
Join us each Thursday night 8-10pm eastern and listen live as Gadi has high profile guests from the world of counter-jihadism. If it concerns National security or the spread of Islamism you'll hear all about it on America Akbar! Past shows and much more can be found at Gadi's site.
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