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  1. Mary Eisenhauer

    You have an amazing gift of expression & piercing through to the heart of the matter . You rock 🙋!
    As the mother / caregiver of my son with acquired brain injury ( a toxic laced drug 7 yrs ago , 5 month coma like state ) I totally get the fight & adrenaline & running on empty to fight for recovery for your loved one on so many levels you mention . The fear stage is the next foe to be reckoned with as you so accurately describe . Thanks …it won’t kill me .either . Been through way too much to
    succumb to that nasty fear thing . God help us as we face it & defeat it . I claim Jeremiah 29:11 daily & have since Dec. 26, 2009. ” For I know the plans I have for you , declares the Lord . Plans to prosper you & not to harm you .Plans to give you a hope & a future …” I applaud you & pray for you & Patrick & all who have entered the TBI world . Keep writing 🙋!

  2. barb newberger

    Anj – as always your writing is inspiring. I am living through fear of lifes “what if’s”. So scary and I realized yesterday that I have no idea how to let go of the past and move forward. Mike’s journey is going on 9 years the end of July and he changes daily on loving me and wanting a divorce. The first time he talked about it my heart was crushed. I felt so broken and alone. We are still together, but this journey is long and hard. I’m not sure how it will end but pray we can make it together. I am sorry to hear of your split. You have always been and always will be an inspiration and your words are everything I feel down deep in my soul. Even tho we’ve never met, I feel so close to you. Best wishes on your life’s journey. May it be filled with every happiness you deserve. (((Hugs))) and Thank you for letting me be a part of your world.

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