Ahh. So many ways to finish this sentence: We are all … You might think I’m putting this out there as a conversation starter, and I’m sure it could serve that purpose. But that isn’t my goal today. I’m leading with this as a way to bring peace to the world. Yup. I aim high. […]
Sorry for short notice, but we have flu somewhere in our independent living quarters at Horizon House. When this happens, we aren’t allowed to have any sort of meetings, even for you folks coming from outside. We can leave the building, but no events happen inside.
I can’t arrange any other location and get word out fast enough, so I’m just cancelling. Hope we’re back in business for February. If anyone wants to visit at a coffee shop between now and then, just let me know.
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Greetings from my sunny south-facing window. I have sunbeams on my shoulder as I write this morning. Always welcome at this time of year. First off, our next meeting will be here at Horizon House next Thursday evening. As usual, fourth Thursday, 6:00-8:00 pm, 900 University St, Robert Durham Room. Please check in at the […]
Friends, you are being gaslighted. And most counselors don’t know this. If you have friends who exclaim about the counselors they’re seeing and give you their phone numbers, do yourself a favor: don’t call. I speak from experience. When you are up against someone with a brain injury, you’ll get much more bang for your […]
Just curious: Does the brain-injured person you care for ever seem to be lacking in empathy for you? I first began hearing about executive functions related to frontal lobe injuries when the sports world began to focus on head injuries. At the time, I thought of executive functions as “executive” type things such as planning, […]