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On the Air: Brain Injury Radio – Holiday Stressors

Holiday-stressMany people suffer with stress brought on by the holidays. But holiday stress can be exaggerated when someone is living with a brain injury. Julie Kintz and Donna O’Donnell Figurski hosts of “Another Quantum Leap in the Road” talked about how to get through the holidays. They examined possible stressors and suggested ways to overcome many problems that result.

Here are some sites that offer more information.

Brain Injury – Surviving Holiday Stress by Marilyn Lash of Lash & Associates

Enjoying the Holidays After Brain Injury

15 Tips for Surviving — and Enjoying — the Holidays with TBI

If you missed the show, don’t fret. You can always listen to the archived show. I’ve included the link th-1below.

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I hope you’ll tune in to my show, “Another Fork in the Road,” which airs the 1st and 3rd Sunday evenings of every month. The show starts at 5:00p Pacific Time and runs for 90 minutes. On the fifth Sunday in a month, Julie Kintz, Host of “Quantum Leap,” and I team up to cohost a show called “Another Quantum Leap in the Road.”

See you “On the Air!”

On the Air: Brain Injury Radio – Holiday Stressors

Click here for a list of all “Another Fork in the Road” shows on the Brain Injury Radio Network.

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Comments on: "On the Air: Brain Injury Radio Holiday Stressors" (2)

  1. Every single injury, although seemingly similar…(and in rehabiliation they all had similar potentials, but all different symptoms. I was in the Rusk for 3 years. I cannot say of all the injuries I met that anyone had the same out of maybe a few hundred. Is that possible…Yes…very much so…You would give someone the advocacy to use earplugs for noise…why you would need to tell another not to use earphone because of distractibilty problems…It is hard to give advocacy to head injuries…but to be aware that every person has their own distinct personality and the best that can be done is to make each person aware as…”to the full extent” of his injury…

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    • Hi John Barella,

      Thank you so much for reading and posting. You are so right. Every brain injury is different and needs to be addressed that way.

      Donna O’Donnell Figurski
      survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com
      donnaodonnellfigurski.wordpress.com

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