Category Archives: writing

The Man On The Bus

He was the young man I met on the bus. We were both taking Para Transit what Delaware called it’s transport system for people with disabilities. They would pick me up at my house at 2:00 and then we would … Continue reading

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Before and After TBI

March is Traumatic Brain Injury Month Before and After   When we speak of Traumatic Brain Injuries there is always a Before and After, this can be used in many random sentences.  Having a Head Injury changes Everthing. Before My … Continue reading

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Forty Years Ago Today…

  Today was my 40-year Anniversary of traveling through the mountains and foothills of being the victim of a Violent Crime and receiving a head injury from that crime. Forty years ago I was nine years old a joyous child … Continue reading

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The Car Awaits It’s Tune Up

I believe that I should have been an engineer. In fact the more I think about my interests and live my life, I am almost certain I could have easily been an engineer. I have an eager fascination with and enjoy designing things … Continue reading

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The Little Things

The Little Things.

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The Little Things

It always occurs to me, maybe more than it does to many people that the little things in life mean the most. The actual ability to move ones body, to clap your hands, to point, to tell someone a story, … Continue reading

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Head Injuries Change Things Forever

Today is the First Published Blog in recoveryofthemind… I am a survivor of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)  when I was a child. I am trying to figure out to how to get this blog up and running for people … Continue reading

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