Remember with a Traumatic Brain Injury can be one hell of a thing to accomplish. Hell, before today I thought I was just as fine as I was before I got my Traumatic Brain Injury, but that is not the case at all. I have to learn new way of remember materials. To me they seem childish but at least they are working. Like remembering the passwords for my social media accounts, I find it hard to put into words how exactly I am feeling but frustrated is not the right word. I’d say its more like an innate feeling, almost as if its within my view of sight but out my reach. Like how now, just now I paused to save my work, which I wouldn’t have done before. Its very hard to come to terms with this and I know that I am making the right decisions but…

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Author: tbihealing

Sean Dudas is a California native and remains active and interested in many corners of life. In November of 2015, Sean suffered a moderate traumatic brain injury from a fall; his life since has been solely devoted to the topic of this blog - TBI and other forms of acquired brain injury. With his passions and life as he imagined it to be on an indeterminate hold during his rehabilitation and recovery, he began this blog and a TBI health advocacy group. Through uniform rules of professional responsibility and ethics, he hopes the health advocate profession may be an affordable adjunct to the team needed by every brain injured person and those caring for them. He hopes that this blog will continue educating and supporting survivors of brain injury, their caregivers, and anyone interested in this devastating medical sojourn, alongside the discovery of a new self and a meaningful life outside the treatment environment. Sean is active in supporting mental health and suicide crisis support, various manifestations of trauma in children and adults, and is a Doctor of Law with a focus on health and science law. He is also an athlete, poet, writer, and nature enthusiast.

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