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The Brain Fairy - Living with Brain Injury
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Resources for Those Living with Brain Injury
Resources for Those Living with Brain Injury

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A brain injury results in many losses for both the victim and those close to them. Here is an excellent article regarding not so much the loss of brain or physical functions but about ambiguous loss including loss of identity, roles, etc. http://www.lapublishing.com/blog/2011/brain-injury-blog-ambiguous-loss/

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After a brain injury we have to filter out some people from our lives. Many of us cannot afford to use up our energy for toxic relationships or uncaring people. We have to reserve our energy for those most important in our lives with ourselves being the first in line.

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Living a Life with Obstacles is Life! After a brain injury we face many challenges but we need to continue living life. Even though it has changed there is still joy and fulfillment to be found.... http://wp.me/p2GcQn-ka

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According to the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Society, around 50% of brain injuries result in problems with our vision system. If you have had a brain injury, you have a good chance of having visual-related problems that in turn result in fatigue; and problems with cognition, balance, and coordination. Learn more at:
http://thebrainfairy.com/?p=1238

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After a brain injury, sounds can cause sensory overload. Even music can be a problem. However, music can also help in the healing process. Find out more about how music is used for therapy: http://wp.me/p2GcQn-kl

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Making a phone call after a brain injury can be challenging. Here are some tips to being more successful:

http://wp.me/p2GcQn-kS
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