Through Recovery from a Traumatic Brain Injury
The intent of this book is not to share with you that “bad things happen.” Living in fear is not living. My intent is to share with you that, when faced with the unthinkable and the unbearable, ultimately and eventually, we can find ourselves chugging back up life’s rollercoaster to where the view of the world is more clear and more beautiful.
So, where does one go after suffering from a severe traumatic brain injury? How about Asia and Europe to start. How about soaring through the sky in a hot air balloon, stepping out of a perfectly good airplane, or going back to graduate school? This is where my son has ventured so far.
Recovery was not expected in the beginning—not to the point where my son was when he moved from the hospital to rehab, and certainly not to the point he was only one year later. But first, I share with you the journey through the process that, in the end, led to his amazing recovery.