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Back in the saddle again... and again... and again...

That old Aerosmith song is playing in my mind, this morning. I’ve been working on my programming skills, over the past week, and amazingly enough, I’m actually able to make sense of things. 682 more words

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Changing Seasons and Sensory Sensitivities

These past few weeks I’ve had a sensory comfort zone the size of a postage stamp. There are a few things playing into my increase in… 1,147 more words

Coping Strategies

brokenbrilliant reblogged this on Broken Brain - Brilliant Mind and commented:

This sounds really familiar!

Performance = Capability + Behavior

Owen Eastwood, lawyer for the All Blacks rugby team, who’s done culture creation programs for many organizations, uses this equation. I recently read this from James Kerr’s book “Legacy: 442 more words

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#braininjury Q and A for today

Looking at my site stats, here are some questions people asked or things they searched on — and then found their way to this blog. 708 more words

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Quiet days... busy days

I’ve been head-down on my day-to-day life, lately.

And that’s a good sign.

I’ve got a lot of things going on in my life that keep me focused, that wake me up, that make me feel like I’m actually alive again. 108 more words

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Exercise Waste Product Shields Neurons From Trauma Damage

Stroke or spinal cord injury can cause nerve cells to receive excessive stimulation, which ultimately damages and even kills them. This process is known as excitotoxicity, and it is one of the reasons why time following such trauma is critical, while it also implicated in progressive…

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The day after

We’re going to be fine. We always are.

In the aftermath of every election, there’s a side that says we’re Doomed!

And there’s a side that jumps for joy. 14 more words

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