Everyone needs to feel loved. To feel valued. Like Tom and his wife, we all need people to talk and laugh with, spend time with, share ideas, worries, and joys. But friendships and intimate relationships can often change drastically for both people after a traumatic brain injury.
Help for Couples After TBI
Rosemary's sister once told her, “There’s the truth we tell others, the truth we tell ourselves, and the truth we won’t even tell ourselves” It wasn't until she was in therapy after Hugh's crash that she fully understood her sister's words.
Relationships After TBI
"When something this devastating happens to the person you love, it's a moment of truth in your relationship."
Why did this wife take a photograph of her husband in his hospital bed after he sustained a severe brain injury?
Caregiving with Heart
Rosemary knows that sometimes love is the last thing on her mind when she is stressed and tired, but here she shares some heartfelt reminders for herself and other caregivers — especially since it's Valentine's Day.
BrainLine Talks with Jason and Susannah Ferguson About Family and TBI
BrainLine talks with Jason and Susannah Ferguson about how Jason's brain injury has affected their marriage, family, and outlook on life.
BrainLine Talks with Sarah and Ted Wade About Their Personal Story
Retired Army Sergeant Edward "Ted" Wade and his wife, Sarah, share their story after Ted sustained a severe TBI while serving in Iraq.
To Love What Is
“On a moonless summer night my husband fell nine feet from a sleeping loft to the floor and did not die.”
A Hard Chance
A love story — before and after a devastating brain injury.