THIS BUILDS ON A RECENT POST I WROTE ABOUT FATIGUE AND BRAIN INJURY – What I Mean When I Say I’m Tired

Originally posted on Cara’s Corner: I’m sure many of us who have experienced mental health problems have found ourselves in this position. Sometimes, we could be feeling a million feelings at once. Sometimes we might feel completely empty. Sometimes we might not even know how we feel. That’s why, when asked how we are,… What IContinue reading “THIS BUILDS ON A RECENT POST I WROTE ABOUT FATIGUE AND BRAIN INJURY – What I Mean When I Say I’m Tired”

BRAIN INJURY – Changing from your old self into a new you

Brain Injury is complicated because every brain is unique. For many friends, family and acquaintances this quality makes your long-term illness slightly irrelevant to their brains. It isn’t irrelevant to you. When I woke in a hospital bed after suffering my fall off a building, I didn’t specifically feel different. I was still the sameContinue reading “BRAIN INJURY – Changing from your old self into a new you”

Healthcare and dogs is right up my alley! A Boy’s Journey — Disabilities & Mental Health Issues

During the first few weeks of January, we traveled to Xenia, Ohio, to meet our son’s service dog, Emmet. It was a meeting more than two years in the making. I’m going to try a few new things this year, so I thought I’d share the first part of a video from our trip. I […] […]Continue reading “Healthcare and dogs is right up my alley! A Boy’s Journey — Disabilities & Mental Health Issues”

Huberman Lab – simply a mention, make your own review

I was listening to a podcast after I was getting more involved in my own podcast experiences. My example: https://abattlewithin.com/100/ Have a listen to Andrew Huberman for some sleeping tips. The episode below drew me in because I heard a simple exercise I’m now trying to do each day. It’s about your sleep clock andContinue reading “Huberman Lab – simply a mention, make your own review”

Host of the podcast I was on earlier this year – carer stories. . . Drew Niemann — Surviving Brain Injury

Caregivers SPEAK OUT! Drew Niemann presented by Donna O’Donnell Figurski 01. What is your name? (last name optional) Drew Niemann – Caregiver – Host of A Battle Within Drew Niemann 2. Where do you live? (city and/or state and/or country) Email? (optional) Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA 3. What is the brain-injury survivor’s relationship to you? My wife, […]Continue reading “Host of the podcast I was on earlier this year – carer stories. . . Drew Niemann — Surviving Brain Injury”

LUCK IS EVERYTHING TO ME AND MY LIFE <3 read – Lucky! — theheartoftbi

I feel blessed with the luck I have had in my life. I definitely need to thank my guardian angel. My boyfriend said that whoever is watching out for me is doing a great job and working overtime. I know that I have been in a funk for a while now but that is going […]Continue reading “LUCK IS EVERYTHING TO ME AND MY LIFE ❤ read – Lucky! — theheartoftbi”

A BERRY A DAY KEEPS THE DR. AWAY :P – Regular Berry Consumption Could Help Reduce Parkinson’s Risk — A Health Blog

https://www.shape-able.com/wp-content/uploads/Fruit-For-Health-Infographic-f.jpg Women and men who eat berries on a regular basis could have a reduced risk of Parkinson’s disease, while the risk for men could also be reduced even more by consuming oranges, apples and other foods rich in dietary components known as flavonoids, on a regular basis. Flavonoids can be found in … ReadContinue reading “A BERRY A DAY KEEPS THE DR. AWAY 😛 – Regular Berry Consumption Could Help Reduce Parkinson’s Risk — A Health Blog”