Originally Posted by rmschaver
I am, but it also highlights that these challenges can be dealt with. How the medical system allows for that or even if a Dr will assist is a unknown to me.
I feel your pains and can relate. 2007 TBI. what I try to do now, is to write
the conversation before hand save it then come back to it a couple times to correct it.
I thought of myself as a high level functioning TBI recovery patient.
until I lost 2 great paying Jobs in a matter of 3 months and may have to settle with almost minimum pay. It is hard and frustrating but as long as there is breath you have to go on. Try ,try, try. My closet family is 500+ mile away. And my best supporter is my X-fiancee 2+ miles away.
After 4 years, I thought I would be better instead it seems to be.. I don't know
My memory at my firsts Job after TBI recovery must have been always bad but, because I knew it before the accident I did not see the problem. But stepping out into a new Environment seems to show my real disabilities and deficiencies.