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Kevin Middleton
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It is all about choosing the right breed for you.
It is all about choosing the right breed for you.

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If you brain isn't broken READ THIS!
           I often tried to give a Day In The Life of living with a mild or moderate brain injury to no avail. It is not that I think its important enough or wouldn't be a good read but it really does not place enough emphasis on the true nature of the beas...

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Aphasia. Intelligence or Expression?
Aphasia? Not a question of intelligence but rather an assault on expression... I'm the lucky one if you think having your world turned upside down for over 40 years something to write home to mom about. I say this, tongue in cheek, because surviving any bra...

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Aphasia. Intelligence or Expression?
Aphasia? Not a question of intelligence but rather an assault on expression... I'm the lucky one if you think having your world turned upside down for over 40 years something to write home to mom about. I say this, tongue in cheek, because surviving any bra...

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Blame
Regardless of fault, your loved one has a mountain to climb. Brain injury is one of the most difficult injury to recover from. Blame after the fact has no bearing on recovery except to retard it. Blame can be on so may levels. I should not have drank and dr...

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Another link to explore
This link designed for autism shows hope for other learning disabilities. Since Autism is a brain disorder I feel it may help with ataxia or aphasia. Please let me know if it works so I may share with others. https://www.gemiini.org

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How does one recover?
How does one recover? In my last blog I asked but didn't fully answer the question that the title of this blog asks. It's been 40 years of recovery since aneurysms changed my life forever. At 14 they started leaking and at 18, they ruptured and required 7.5...

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Brain Injury Forever
Not all wounds are visible. One could also say "Not all disabilities are visible." Brain injury is like no other. Brain injury is like no other brain injury. Brain injury is like everyone. It is unique and unto its own. The treatment therefore needs to be t...

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All In A Brain Injury by Debbie M. Wilson
All In a Brain Injury We have memory problems. We have concentration difficulties. We have sensory deficits like blurred vision, ringing in the ears or a bad taste in our mouths. We can have loss of sensation and feeling. We can have headaches. Many of us h...

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Its alright to simply to give up on life.
Many survivors chase after an unattainable dream.  Often is the lament that one will persevere and overcome.  This is an honourable task however is it reality? After 40 years of bombastic stubbornness I finally came to the conclusion that this is the most d...
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