qBroke Brainq is brief travel through a traumatic brain injury by a survivor of one. Personally itas feels good to finally dig-up a memoryas existence. These memories that relate to each other in time-line or setting gradually open avenues to this injuryas inception. The sensations that most enjoy with its myriad of pleasant feelings wake to roll over but the back of my headas grabbed and forced down into mushy and bloody gray that forces a scream then coma at the outset. A high note with nervous tones squeals in total servility and rapidly moves with a grinding scream to claw down a blackboard. That signals an injury from the brain where all physical pain can be blocked by the injury itself but mental pain emanates oh so freely. Along with a need-to-know for all, this entire book is a preface of sorts for survivors, care-givers and perhaps professionals as well to show a brain injury and some of its effects. It should be realized that brains are like fingerprints in that theyare different from each other. That fact is shown in that my parents were told that I wouldnat wake-up and then I wouldnat wake-up and then I wouldnat make change for a dollar. Perceptions perceptions. That was about 10 years before a defunct attempt at grad school. Much healthy life underwent prologs my injury. Thatas how life consuming and life-altering a traumatic brain injury is.I cana#39;t use them in the creek, because well I just cana#39;t wade in long pants no, trousers. I think that Ia#39;d drag stuff that I dona#39;t ... that it holds and sucks down hard. I got to wiggle, and hear the suck noise loud, when I pullup my hard to get foot out.
|Author||:||Carl D. Schultz|