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Remembering!

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 I have to lean on my support system more than I would like to. I know that my parents and my aunt care about me immensely but I still find it hard to give into this program that I am in. I know its all for my benefit, but for some reason I think I am better than this situation and I cant think like that. I need to stop comparing myself to others and take steps, however slow they may be, in the right direction. IT is about time that I fully come to terms with what I have lost, but also I need to look on all of the things that I am grateful for. My family means the world to me, I know it may not seem that way but i just cant express how much they truly mean to me. Like if I were to die tonight I would hope that they would be proud of me. Whatever little task that i needed to do, I just did it. So from today November 29, 2016 I am going to be making some changed within myself. I have already started with being more positive but I believe that using my calendar and other tools are an excellent tool for me to utilize. I am just adding this picture to show that the passed is where I learned the lesson and the future is where I will apply the lesson. DON’T GIVE UP IN THE MIDDLE!

8 thoughts on “Remembering!”

  1. Jordan-I am so proud of you😀😀 It’s obvious from your blog that you are actually putting forth some effort in posting commentary that is both insightful and reflective. Keep it up😀
    As for new ideas, maybe reflect on your previous hopes/dreams/goals before your TBI and how those have changed (good and bad).
    Look forward to seeing you soon.
    I love you-Mom❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  2. Jordy,
    This blog is very cool and I am proud of you. I can not imagine how tough it is to rebuild your life after a brain injury but I am glad you are trying. Everything does happen for a reason and I’m sure you will be helping many people along with you on your journey. I miss you and I am glad you have survived. You are a spit fire jordy and are meant for great things. Xoxoxoox

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