Dealing with Intense Emotions After a Brain Injury or Traumatic Event

It's common for service members and veterans, like Adam, with a brain injury and/or post-traumatic stress to return home from combat and have intense feelings they don't know what to do with. But with help and patience, these emotions will settle down.

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Adam, thank you for sharing your experiences, coping strategies, and encouragement! I work with service members with mTBI, and even the most discouraged soldiers perk up and hold their heads a little higher when I give them a bookmark and describe your blog to them! For many, it is the most valuable and appreciated piece of information I share with them. Health Educator
Health Educator, Thanks for your thoughtful comments. It's humbling and rewarding to know that others in the TBI community are able to benefit from our shared experiences. If you, or anyone else has questions they would like me to address, please feel free to post them here and ill address what I am able to in future blogs... -Adam