Full Recovery after “No Hope” Concussion

Must have been such a relief to him to have someone say ‘I know what’s wrong with you’

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

There’s ALWAYS Hope

The Ghost in My Brain: How a Concussion Stole My Life
and How the New Science of Brain Plasticity Helped Me Get It Back

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC

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If you (or those you love) are struggling with the results of a physical or blast-related TBI, acquired brain injury, stroke, problems with balance, life-long attentional challenges, learning disorders, sensory defensiveness, MS . . .

If you have been to numerous doctors and failed to respond completely to what you have been told is every available therapy or intervention  . . .

If you have ever wondered if you will ever find a way to function with the ease that the rest of the world seems to be able to take for granted . . .

Take the time to read this short post and listen to the video embedded.
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2 thoughts on “Full Recovery after “No Hope” Concussion

  1. Thanks again to my British colleague (who does NOT celebrate American Independence Day). Was my face RED when I read your reply to my comment.

    I promise I took history in school — even though it was a few decades ago now, I recall at least *that* much! I wasn’t thinking about nationality as I rushed to play catch up after a few days away. Another ADD oops to add to my personal collection.
    xx,
    mgh

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  2. Madelyn no need for that!
    St Patricks Day is celebrated around the World – it’s the biggest night of the year apart from New Year in Hong Kong I’ve been led to believe and I very much doubt the majority of people elebrating are Irish or of Irish decent..

    Some people in the UK celebrate it (but it’s a bit odd celebrating your own country’s defeat I think hahaha!!)
    NIce of you to take the time to reply to my profferings :0)

    Kate x

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