Acceptance of reality, “What Really Is!”, isn’t giving up or giving in … It’s a positive step forward through accepting the reality of circumstance, moving forward with a balanced perspective and hopefully surpassing all expectations.
Traumatic Brain Injury & Whiplash … Not A Relevant History? A little while back I posted a piece about the Epstein Barr Virus potentially being a beginning point regarding chronic health issues and progressive dysfunction that I have battled for …
Note: This post is part of the Symptoms In Reality Category as a personal experience. You’ll notice I use the terms “Blackout(s)” and “possible” in relation to the experiences I am about to share. I will say flat out, for …
I can’t help but wonder how many people are dismissed by healthcare professionals because they don’t allow themselves to look sick enough, complain loudly enough or wince while being poked and prodded by doctors?
Defiant strength to hide or overcome pain and physical limitations can be the greatest downfall! —No doctor will ever believe the account of my daily life I share here, simply because I hold myself strong in defiance of being labelled a malingerer and a fraud!
Sadly, I am far from alone in my strength to overcome being my greatest downfall!
Just how do you wrap up a literal car crash of a decade, one that became more so of a beginning than an ending!?
Here I bring together the final wrap up of the compensation process from those three car accidents in seven years, and the stark realities of monetary compensation versus life changing injury that far outweighs any monetary value.
And as for my little man Rhys, who should never have had to endure the horrors of such a horrific car accident during 1995 at just two years of age … Let me tell you about the man he has become, where he has ended up in life and just how proud I am of his determination to become all he has.
The 22nd of May 1995 … No one imagines leaving home for a shopping trip to find themselves regaining consciousness to the sound of broken glass and emergency workers preparing to remove them from their car after 1½ hours of laying unconscious while life saving work carries on around them. —Much less being involved in a fatal car accident from which the wounds seemingly never heal.