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First Post-ABI Night Away from Home: Major Anxiety, Major Success

And now, back to a post that I was working on before I was distracted by less-pleasant events.

As the title of this post gives away, I recently had my first post–brain injury night away from the security of my husband and apartment in the form of a Saturday–Sunday trip to London, Ontario. 525 more words

Association wants Nova Scotia to address strategy on acquired brain injury faster

The executive director of the Brain Injury Association of Nova Scotia says the Nova Scotia government should be addressing an already submitted strategy on acquired brain injury faster. 265 more words

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Explanation

I probably never should have pushed the publish button at 3:00 a.m. I do not usually share these kinds of deep places…until after the fact.  My usual pattern is to pull away and sit in silence, waiting for the sun to come up and the lesson to make itself known.   1,323 more words

Sask. man to pay fine for killing mother and son in impaired driving crash

Ashley Plageman’s dying concerns were not with her own life, but her children’s.

“Save my kids,” were the last words Plageman, 26, said to a witness at the scene of a two-vehicle crash on June 24, 2012, near Hague, Sask. 526 more words

Canada

Update: PBS World “Your Health: A Sacred Matter” with LOC Marilyn Martone to air July 7
June 22, 2017 News 0

A reminder that Lady of Charity Marilyn Martone and her daughter Michelle are featured in a new PBS documentary film called “Your Health: A Sacred Matter”. 51 more words

Disability

Explanation of a life

I have been questioning what it is I’m doing here on a blog for the last couple of days.

What started as an outlet for my (usually) ever changing moods due to my rapid cycling bipolar disorder has become a mishmash of me talking about my life, my pain and my writing. 305 more words

Mental Health