TBI – Survivors, Caregivers, Family, and Friends

Caregiver’s We Appreciate You


Penny Byler


Penny Byler – Brain Injury Survivor

For the caregivers and families of us survivors, I know there is so much you can never understand about what we live with every day. But, please know that all you do is noticed and appreciated. Sometimes, we just don’t have the words to let you know that we understand that, on the day our life as we knew it completely ended, you also lost someone.

caregiver-supports-clipart-1Most of you never had the chance to mourn the loss of the loved one you knew because you were too busy helping this “new” person fit in where your dreams for your loved one left off. Although we don’t always show it, your kindness, love, support, and acceptance are noticed and appreciated. Thank you for never giving up on us. You help us know we can continue. We may not have the words to use when we need them, but you will see it in our eyes, by a touch of the hand, or when we smile.

You are a very important part of our recovery. You are noticed. You are appreciated.


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Comments on: "TBI Tales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caregivers, We Appreciate You" (7)

  1. I have a new blog TBI talk – this topic is one that we can all relate to. I am so blessed with a spouse that loves me no matter what. HUGZ


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