Abby Maslin: Staying Present in the Face of Ambiguous Loss

"Ambiguous loss is about learning to live with lots of uncertainty and learning to live with different goals."

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My husband suffered a severe TBI in July of 2010, and has aphasia. After 3 1/2 years, the aphasia is not much better than it was just after the injury. I know exactly what you mean about Ambiguous Loss. When I try to explain this brain-injured version of my husband, I tell people "It's just like him...only different." I miss talking with him so much; we had wonderful communication.