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I Am Not My Brain Injury

I am not my brain injury.

I am more than exhaustion.
I am more than headaches.
I am more than mood swings.
I am more than memory loss. 27 more words

Brain Injury


In one breath two major crises occur.

In one breath there gags, creating a suffering pain and anxiety of losing something that wasn’t mine. Suffocating and withdrawing life from the soul. 268 more words

Healing Process


It is I who has been wronged. I am summoned to a court of judgment. I stand, accused, in front of an empty court. No one to sit, no one to judge. 52 more words

Healing Process

An overly used punctuation mark

For a time, you said Hello

There were words spoken in between.

Until you said goodbye

That was the last beautiful thing 

My eyes has ever seen. 167 more words



It is I that you seek revenge against. It’s me who your negativity is directed toward. I reach out with care and love and you slap back with bitterness, and a calloused heart. 111 more words

Healing Process


Change is inevitable when you have a brain injury. Those who are injured are probably dealing with new symptoms all the time: pain in ways they haven’t dealt with before their injury, and new emotions or personality changes that are draining or even jarring or confusing. 87 more words

Brain Injury


You are but a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Preying on the weak, showing your weakness in return. You feast on the broken, and bathe in the blood of ignorance. 122 more words