What Brain Injury Survivors Want You to Know

Everyone wants the people in their lives to feel known and understood.

But when there is a brain injury involved—an unseen hurt with no visible scars—it can be difficult to understand what life is like for a traumatic brain injury survivor.

In this insightful post, brain injury survivors share things they’d like you to know.

They explain their disinterest in conversation, sudden OCD tendencies, extreme sensitivity, brain fatigue, and more.

Reading this post will go a long way toward improving your understanding of—as well as your relationship with—friends, coworkers, and family members with brain injury

Read What Brain Injury Survivors Want You to Know.

Pat WymanPat Wyman is the founder of HowToLearn.com and a best selling author.

She teaches at California State University, East Bay and is known as America’s Most Trusted Learning Expert. She helps children and adults solve learning problems with her Amazing Grades Study Skills System and is an expert in learning styles.

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