In an escape, I've found the tunnel to the always spoken of - Cognitive Therapy is a brain skill needed.
Admittedly, overwhelmed at times in my 11 years of returning from the dead. And, no, I don't believe I have any Zombie blood in me.
Simply inner strength, and some of the best Neuro Contruction members in the world to drag my unmotivated ass along. After all, I did make the decision to 'wake up' - seeing how an Angel Mother I had, mentioned 54 Days of ''sleep'' was surely enough "Matthew''.
It wasn't, but sure, I missed watching baseball.
Baseball remains, as do I. 29 Surgeries later, it seems I've healed. But through it all, and I mean ALL, it appears (ok, have) BACKSLID my mental makeup. Yes, radio show, tv show gave me the appearance of operation of, support groups. Honestly, they do run and operate, but personally I have failed.
Dr. Samantha Backhaus, who has raised my brain along a different, but encouraging path, has spoken. I have listened. TBI 101: Back to Basics, a work study of myself, by myself. Except, I do have the same, exact SPL Therapist from the Rehab Hospital of Indiana/Indiana University Health system.
I'll talk about what is needed, felt and most importantly, a few tools to help me (us) along. Struggle inside your 'experienced' TBI mind? Often, or just daily? Share, offer us some of your tips of the Brain Train.
Call in (424) 243-9540. Listen, talk or take your chances. Still awaiting the VA to accept grant, so the Computer/Studio/Hole-in-the-damed-roof has the Downtown Milton Studio on static stand bye. Problem solved, we'll talk on my phone line connected to the TBI Network's BrainInjuryRadio Studio.
Shall we pray...