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Live Life so you never have to say," I should have..." I have lived like this because at age 9, I was brutally beaten while walking to school and acquired a head injury and a lifetime of recovery. I live in spite of what everyone believed I would become. And you wouldn't know any of this if you saw me or spoke to me. That being said; I think that people with TBI are many times Anonymous and often without a voice, a listening ear or proper resources. I am here to say that many can't be like me and I want to help people live better through practical wisdom and real life inspiration. I am a writer and an avid observer of the human condition, I have advocated for peoples rights for almost 31 years in the human service field. I hope to inspire people to live well against all odds and the status quo. Be Unique and be who you are and not who others want you to be. Be FREE!

Revisions

Once again it has come to my attention that I need revisions to my life. Oh, this life has been tweaked so many times although, I need another fine-tuning. Scary as it seems, I need to simplify once again. I … Continue reading

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Being an Active Part of Your Community

Yesterday I got a haircut from John Potoki the owner of Salon Milton in Milton, Delaware. He said something that I very much agree with, he stated that people in America just aren’t the same anymore. He and I discussed … Continue reading

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Blogging 201: Day One on Day Three Setting Blogging Goals

I signed up for a Cool, Free, Blogging U , course and then promptly forgot about it as quickly as I signed up. They just reminded me by  sending a “Welcome” email and told us when we  would  start. The First … Continue reading

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Not for the faint of heart

Originally posted on Broken Brain – Brilliant Mind:
The path must be there somewhere I’ve been thinking a lot about my recovery, lately. What I lost to TBI, what I’ve gotten back, and where I go from here. Scratch that.…

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Spring: A Time to Remember The Good Ole’ Days

This time of year always make me think of Mom She was the strongest, most caring, and loving person I know or have ever known. She  was a friend to many and my Best Friend, Mother, and Father. She never … Continue reading

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Getting better – patching up

Originally posted on Broken Brain – Brilliant Mind:
Ah, the weekend. It’s about time. I had a very long week, and I’m ready for some unstructured time. I’m also ready to just kick back and do some reading and cleaning…

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What We Dream Of Being

If you Believe In Yourself, You can DO Anything Continue reading

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Brain Injury Association 2015 Conference Part 2

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Brain Injury Association of Delaware Conference 2015

The Brain Injury Association of Delaware Sponsored it’s yearly Conference on March 12, 2015 in Dover, DE  “Joined Voices; Shared Journeys the Brain Injury Experience” I was honored to attend and also be asked to speak at a Break Out … Continue reading

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To Be Yourself

I have always thought that people do not give you the belief of feeling important you give that to yourself. You do not need anyone to validate your importance in the world but we all need it sometimes. We desire … Continue reading

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