TBI – Survivors, Caregivers, Family, and Friends

Happy Birthday to Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury

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Donna O’Donnell Figurski

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Happy Birthday to Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury Blog. We are two-years-old.

There are more than 400 articles published on Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury Blog, Happy-2nd-Birthdaywhich hopefully is helping brain injury survivors, their caregivers, families, and friends.

If you want to learn more “About Me and my Blog, click the link. Each category is described in a nutshell.

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Comments on: "Brain Injury Resources . . . . . HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury" (2)

  1. A Very Happy Birthday – two yrs. I remember calling in on one of the first shows. I do follow you- do not get the message until a day or two later- thanks for the archives- thought I was spelling anchovies- weird what happens after a stroke- some is fun- morbid humor, I have PTSD since early childhood. Never had a name for it until it became news. Take clonazePAM 2mg morning and at night. Will always have flashbacks and panic attacks. Sure does cut down on your social life. So congratulations and keep on going. Your work DOES matter. c.

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    • Thanks, C!

      I appreciate your reading my blog and commenting. I hope that the articles and interviews I publish help.

      Donna O’Donnell Figurski
      survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com
      donnaodonnellfigurski.com

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