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Can the brain repair itself?


When I suffered my traumatic brain injury (TBI) in 2011, I believed that the cells in my brain which had been damaged were irreparable.  579 more words


Fall books preview: health & medicine, part one

We’re excited about the books we’ll be publishing this fall—and pleased to share this series of “Fall Books Preview” blog posts! Be sure to check out the online edition of… 948 more words

Health And Medicine


This post is part of the Epilepsy Stigma Blog Relay which will run from June 1 through June 30. Follow along and add comments to posts that inspire you! 260 more words


Parker's Journey

At the beginning of the year, I blogged about wanting to send care packages to those that were recovering from head injuries. As a person that is still recovering, I understand the challenges that are faced and how important it is to have a support system. 252 more words


Stephanie's Road to Recovery by Karen Whaley - GoFundMe

Stephanie’s Road to Recovery by Karen Whaley – GoFundMe.

Recently a family in our homeschool group suffered a terrible tragedy when a car crashed into the family as they were taking a stroll in Buffalo’s Delaware Park. 108 more words


Wish carefully.

Yesterday Pete’s biological and chosen family gathered to celebrate his life and to bid him farewell. On a bright and sunny day we shared music and memories, said our goodbyes and wept a little for our loss. 217 more words


Would a narcissist who lost their memory "forget" how to be a narc?

I saw this posted on Psychforums in the NPD forum:

I’ve long thought what might happen if an N suffered complete lose of memory. Would he remember he was narcissistic?

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