“Dear TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury),
Do you remember the day we met? It was May 3, 2012. Actually, I don’t recall meeting you that day, but that is when you first met Jacqui, Jayse, Jenna, and many of the rest of my friends and family. I didn’t start getting to know you until a few weeks later. At first, I really didn’t know who you were or understand you all that well. I certainly wasn’t aware how much you would forever change my life. Don’t get me wrong, I am most definitely grateful to be doing as well as I am because I know you have left others far worse off than me. But still, your presence has affected everything about me. You changed my life in ways I could have never imagined. You ultimately took away my ability to be a doctor, and I was forced to redefine myself. I had to find another purpose. I had to find what my doctors continually stressed to me, a ‘new normal.’ Because of you, there are some days I have a hard time recognizing the man I have become. So, in case you forgot, let me remind you again. You can leave at any time! -JEFF”-Jeff Huxford, M.D.
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“The Purpose In The Pain”-Matt Hybarger