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Shireen Jeejeebhoy is an artist, author, and blogger. She obtained a B.Sc. in psychology from the University of Toronto, launched into writing and coding, and slammed and somersaulted into the unknown life of brain injury.
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- There’s a long-term cost of learned helplessness. How do we change our circuits in the face of brain injury or a pandemic to a state that expects control over trauma?
- I stretched my hand out for a touch of my golden pre-brain injury productivity, and it grasped mist.
- As you recover from brain injury, you may witness your core self evaporate. Such was the place I entered five years after a car crash, before I found salvation.
- Trauma healers demand forgiveness: Let go because you’ll feel better. Forget, tolerate, or don’t have anything more to do with them. But is that forgiveness?
- Why do people with healthy bodies use their power to abandon injured others?