Lack Of Emotional Response After Brain Injury Or Stroke Over the last seven years of being the caregiver for my husband after he suffered a hemorrhagic stroke, I have become accustomed to his inability to understand social cues. If I have a bad day at work or something makes me cry, he has no response. […]
My experience As I sat in the neuro ICU, in utter shock and disbelief, after my husband suffered a “not survivable” brain bleed I was completely terrified. We had only been married 18 months. He was an athlete, in great health, with no significant health history…that we knew of. There was one neurosurgeon who was […]
TBI Or Stroke What Does Recovery Really Look Like? The Basic 3 Areas Of Rehabilitation. Moving From Death’s Door To Life.
“Call all of his family so they can say their good-bye’s. This is not survivable.” After getting over the initial shock of my 46-year-old husband’s “not survivable” brain bleed from a new diagnosis of Moya Moya, I remember sitting alone in the Neuro ICU alone wondering “what now?” Initially we were told Mark would not […]
How did we move on after we were sucker punched by a health issue? After the shock wears off, you just put your big girl or boy pants on and drive on! When I share with people that my husband has a brain injury, many will ask if he had an accident. If I just […]