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Nothing mild about TBI

I hate this term mild TBI. It is based on a scale of how long you lost consciousness. I never…

Dawn Lynes


One Day at a Time

March 2023 marks 15 months since the day that forever changed my life. I don't mean to sound overly dramatic, but sustaining…

Kari McBride


I kinda made it

I was 21 years old, and the last thing I expected was to not wake up from a night before…

Joshua Dolezal


Kiss Your Brain

My daughter was 3 years old when I had my first concussion and she lovingly invented the “brain kiss.” I…

Alli Baugher Crowell


51 yr survivor of TBI

Hello all, so my story starts when I was 5 yrs old my Dad was out working on the family…

Tina Stonehocker

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