Enjoying a renewed person surges people with power and heals the grief of the initial suffering. Why then do people with healthy bodies use their power to abandon injured lives?
Is America an advanced society compared to a century ago? If so why can’t the nation figure out an effective way to talk to the public and stop viral transmission between people?
The pandemic exposed the fallacy of evidence-based medicine. Yet doctors still rely on it for brain injury care instead of adopting the new evolving science of regeneration.
Neither the hoped-for return to health nor setbacks are permanent. But neither do they circle us back to the normal we’re used to.
Inviting patients into discussions of their faith and weaving it into their medical care and prescriptions, improves their functioning and sense of well-being.
Why are the portable and affordable in-home neurostimulation techniques not adopted widely, given how effective they are? I believe it comes down to trust, overburden, and anxiety.
We feel stuck in COVID fatigue. That’s what they’re calling the feeling of being in the middle of a marathon with no end. That’s how brain injury feels, too. But with a difference.
Age changes our perception of time probably because childhood is learning from the moment you wake up to the moment you fall asleep. Learning slows down the perception of time.
Increasing mental work while not decreasing physical exercise commensurately was a really bad idea after brain injury. This lesson no one taught me.
We cannot expect holidays to remain rigidly the same in pandemic years. Those who see opportunity in disaster chatter excitedly about planning a unique Christmas.