“You’re not disabled (limited) by your disabilities, you are able (enabled) by your abilities.”
“The biggest disability we often face (and live with) is the limitation(s) we place on ourselves, so rather think ability”
“Don’t let what you can’t do stop you from doing what you can do…best.”
My Experience Living with a Traumatic Brain Injury
I was now lying on a bed in a large room at Northwick Park Hospital. The bright light coming through the windows was reflecting off from the pale blue painted walls. All I wanted to do was curl up and fall asleep on one side of the hospital bed. I could hear sunrise radio being played in the background. A female doctor came towards me. I think she was Asian, had dark brown hair and wore a brown top. She asked me what my name was and if I could explain what had happened to me. I looked at her blankly. I could not answer any of the questions. Instead, my mum had to explain what had been happening to me over the past few days.
The doctor looked concerned, yet cool, calm and collected. She inserted the cannula into my left arm and administrated the medication. I was very…
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