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Fantastic Frank interviews Anne Forrest, Ph.D.

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Tonight Fantastic Frank interviews Anne Forrest, Ph.d.  Anne Anne Forrest, Ph.D., has been recognized as one of the nation’s leading patient advocates for people with traumatic brain injury. She lives with persistent symptoms from a mild TBI that she received during a June 1997 car accident and continues to recover.

Fantastic Frank wants to remind people that each traumatic brain injury (TBI) is different, from a mild concussion to a permanent disability. In Fantastic Frank’s case, something really magical happened. A deep compassion for mankind awakened. He disarms people with the sincere way he says “God Bless You,” to a wrong number phone call, or “Thank You,” upon being criticized. He is completely real, emotionally expressed, and personally revealed, warts and all, 100 percent of the time.

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