Understanding what we never imagined; seeing the ways of others ways but not ours.
It's a brain injury bonus, and a slippery Slope to ski down.
Nothing is imaginary, (OK, for most survivors) yet feeling lifeless is what others around us will make us feel - lifeless.
Choices, decisions and ''ways'' are no longer ours, but we do have a say (don't we?).
That's because in most cases, those particular 'others' are inside their own minds, providing reactionary thoughts - not necessarily
helpful thoughts. They are ''busy'' in the day of life, we are just 'busy' searching for our life.
None of these actions are understood in logical reasons to another, and what exactly is logical?
Caregivers along with Survivors in need will ever work an easy to accomplish goal, again, exactly what is an accomplishment?
Slow down, slow them down, take the time, no matter how much time it takes, to find a mutually accepted end result, my friends.
Of , we can continue to loose our minds because we are not for sure how to Cope with the message that have become confusing.
And they are SO, SO, so tired of listening to us, so we talk and ears don't listen....
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