Calm down and breathe

One thing that I need to learn is to but one foot in front of the other. Take a second, breathe and break down tasks into smaller more manageable ones. Maybe in my super planner I can write down my accomplishments so i can keep track of the bigger picture. I have had a difficult past few days- getting very overwhelmed with everything.

OVERWELMED. With what? Well, my computer ‘misplaced’ a bunch of educational documents and my work feom college. (I did listen to my brother and back the files up on a harddrive so it must be there- I think its just hiding from me)

About Danielle!

A young professional Longwood University alum, with a traumatic brain injury having previously worked in the Therapeutic Recreation field with the elderly at nursing homes in Fairfax, VA. Now as a TBI advocate, trying to help others learn more about TBIs is involved in support groups, as well as very involved in my church, child care, and adult caregiving.
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3 Responses to Calm down and breathe

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  2. usfman says:

    What kind of person are you? Is being a super planner one of your strengths?

    • Danielle! says:

      I am a person who has sustained an injury, and in turn has learned many positive coping skills. I am trying to share some of those learned skills in my blog, maybe people are paying attention, maybe it’s just a way of helping me write down my ideas and therefore cope. But yes, being a SUPER PLANNER is one of my strengths- it helps me keep focused.

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