Recovering Relationships After Brain Injury: A guide for survivors and family members – Part 1

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Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference 2010 – Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jeffrey Kreutzer, Director of Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University

Session Description: In the long term, loneliness and loss of relationships may be one of the most painful changes that follow brain injury. Years after injury, many survivors talk about feeling alone and misunderstood even when they have friends and family to spend time with. This presentation will discuss how and why relationships normally change after brain injury. Practical information will be provided to help survivors and family members improve existing relationships and establish new relationships on the road to recovery.

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Mackenzie Dog says:

The lack of feedback from is tells how failed the experts are

Beth Johnson says:

Thank you so much for this information.

lgb says:

The truth of the matter is that your family does not stick with you, they pull their rip cords.

Jason Stockman says:

after a 2 tbi's Ive suddenly realized no one ever truly loved me

bea mills says:

i lost most of my family……it's been over 15 years now….they see me rarely….less than 1 – 2 times a year……their choice……i had encephalitis…..right frontal lobe 1/3 – 1/2 gone per MRI…..personality changes, processing difficulties, judgement errors, filter……dogs love me….

In and Around says:

Why can't we get professional help? What the hell are we supposed to do?

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