Improving life after brain injury Need to talk? For people living with the long-term effects of brain injury, the idea of dating can be a daunting and challenging prospect. Brain injury survivor Kathryn found dating and intimacy very challenging following her haemorrhage but explains that with time, and after many emotional highs and lows, she again felt able to meet people. He heard me collapse and go into seizure.
There is the blood and hair, stuck to the inside of the window in the bitter, bitter January cold. There is a paramedic talking to me. There is red glass from busted tailgates strewn across the road, shimmering like hot coals as we get into the ambulance. There is Gabrielle on a stretcher, with her neck in a brace and her lips pale and bloody.
Jump to navigation. Having a brain injury can sometimes make people feel differently about themselves, perhaps less confident, which can make meeting people challenging. Adam recommends slowly pushing yourself to engage in social activities Please remember, we are not able to give medical or legal advice. If you have medical concerns, please consult your doctor.
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