Tag: injury

3 Tips on How to Manage the Grieving Stage

3 Tips on How to Manage the Grieving Stage

Good morning. It’s been some time since I’ve written a new post. Winter has a habit of bringing some very unwanted gifts without the option to return it. The evening of Christmas, I was watching a movie with my boyfriend when I began feeling extremely […]

Acquiring an Energy Boost Without a Reliable Power Source

Acquiring an Energy Boost Without a Reliable Power Source

Ah yes…the energy topic. This is by far one of two major symptoms survivors of traumatic brain injury have to struggle with. Yes, we have a physical power source (aka, our brain) but it’s injured and may not run as efficiently as it should. Therefore, […]

A Day in the Life of a Spoonie Sister

A Day in the Life of a Spoonie Sister

Having a TBI is exhausting, both physically, and emotionally. Let’s refer to “The Spoon Theory for a better explanation.” The Spoon Theory is a way that chronically ill people explain to their friends, caretakers, and family what certain “normal” everyday actions cost their bodies to […]