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You don't need to be searching for them the next time you are supposed to be on your way some where.
Besides being super organized helps us keep up with all those list we have to make, to help us keep up with what we have to do in, what our life holds for us, and what is behind door number one.
This is the life of someone with a traumatic brain injury. This is hard for us, we aren't like we use to be. Sometimes we'll be in a fight with you and won't remember why.
We'll be in the middle of a conversation and forget what we are saying, and why.
Try:- Grocery shopping, hearing the cash registers, peoples' conversations around you, the background music, children laughing and it all blended together while trying to pay attention to what you are doing.- Being in class and trying so hard to focus on the professor and what is going on, only for your mind to wander off on the topic the professor is talking about nonetheless.
- Working on a paper for class and having every little sound and flutter of an object cause you to pause; Every little thought that enters your mind is distracting.
Which is why we freak out when we can't find our phone and it's not in it's spot, where we " we put it.
The day certain dreams were crushed and destroyed, along with my car. It is not as easy of a life, and it gives me unbelievable challenges, that I never dreamed I would have to face, but c'est la vie.We are the world's worst when it comes to rambling, right?All of these things are no doubt true, but again try living in our mind just once.So you've been with your new boyfriend for months now.He couldn't treat you better, and you couldn't be more in love with him.Short term memory is a big part of life and not having it, makes life that much harder. Writing things down is a necessity for us- it is how we live our life, how we survive, it is our lifeline.Post-its, calendars, planners and our phone- between everything, we will still forget something.1) -Imagine for a moment how it feels to use to make sure you took your medications, and not once, but a few times a week.-Imagine forgetting your towel for your shower, twice a week.-Imagine getting in your car and halfway there you forgot where you were even going.I have made some exceptional friends through battling my struggles with my severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and it has given me a new found strength. That being said, there are some things that you need to know, whether you are a friend, a lover, a parent, whatever of someone with a brain injury.These are things I wish my family and friends had always known, before it came time for us to know them.