Monthly Archives: January 2013

Wishing for a SCAR?

One of the most challenging things about a brain injury is that it seems impossible to describe to an outsider. Before my husband’s injury, I myself was an outsider. I knew very little about the brain or how important it … Continue reading

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Hope for the Hopeless

I remember in the beginning of my husband’s recovery, the doctors and nurses were very bleak in their prognosis. They were cautious to give us any sort of Hope, or “False Hope” as they had stated. “He may never recover,” … Continue reading

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Stronger are the Broken…

Hemingway once said, “We are stronger in the places we’ve been broken.” I have found this to be true. As I sat in the dark hospital room watching my newly awoken husband stare at the wall, my mother-in-law turned to … Continue reading

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