Overcoming Negative Influences & People

He speaks the truth! This frank honesty can only be admired. Respect.

Life After A Brain Injury

My name is Tom; I am 26 years old and the survivor of Acquired Brain Injury. I focused a lot on the importance of self-belief as well as having a supportive group of family and friends around you. These things can make huge difference throughout your recovery. Having faith in who you are and what you are doing combined with words of encouragement, congratulations as well as having a shoulder to cry on when things get tough, can in fact be the thing that is the difference maker in the rehabilitation process. Those supportive sentiments of close friends and family go a long way towards building up that sense of self belief, that belief that there is a life after a brain injury that can be productive, fulfilling and exciting.

But what about the people out there who seem to do their best to exude sentiments that make us feel…

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Posted on March 12, 2016, in Posts I've found inspirational. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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