Tag Archives: Traumatic Brain Injury

laugh at yourself

Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice. I can choose to be grateful even when my emotions and feelings are still steeped in hurt and resentment. It is amazing how many occasions present themselves in which I can choose … Continue reading

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Carpe Diem

Death can come at any minute, in any way. We do not know what is in store tomorrow, or, whether there is a tomorrow, or even a tonight! But still, we have the golden present. Now we are alive and … Continue reading

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What is the definition of perfect? Being without flaw? Is that something real to expect? Your perfect is different than my perfect. My perfect is different from my Grandmother’s perfect. Oma’s perfect is different from my mother in law’s perfect.  … Continue reading

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I am so scared of getting Alzheimer’s, or anothe form of dementia.  Possibly because I have worked in a nursing home and have seen what those diseases can do to a person, and partly because different studies, Alzheimer’s Association website, … Continue reading

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why worry?

This blog entry is inspired by another blog entry: So what? Can we change anything that will happen from happening?  Even the most bizarre things, why would you upset yourself if say, a meteor were to come crashing down on … Continue reading

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Amazing

The latter verses of this song seem to so much more applicable to my life ~”Amazing” I kept the right ones out And let the wrong ones in Had an angel of mercy to see me through all my sins … Continue reading

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Mindfulness

You don’t get to choose how you’re going to die. Or when. You can decide how you’re going to live now. Joan Baez OMG. So true.  I know how precious every single moment is, and knew then, ever since after … Continue reading

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Scrambled Brain Challenge!

As most of you know, this page is called TBI triumphs! I have a Traumatic Brain Injury, which I have gotten from a car accident that I was in high school, 16 years old, 17 years ago. My friend, Kristin, … Continue reading

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crossed wires

Communication abilities (dogs, babies and old people) A baby can incoherently babble, and a dog can growl or nip, but don’t speak the same language.  An old person afflicted with dementia are sometimes beyond the power of speaking, and unable … Continue reading

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believe

If I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning. Mahatma Gandhi   Yes, there must be a belief in yourself, … Continue reading

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