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With this woman you could not and the second reason why I didn’t research was because of my own ego and pride. From the moment I googled I got answers to things that that I didn’t understand what was going on. My understanding there had been women who had coned, manipulated her and she didn’t trust herself anymore. I told her that if that is what she really wants then I will do it. I knew her friend was telling her things that weren’t true. We had finally got some things done so I could live in the motor home on her property.

the reasons why I didn’t –She looked “normal” I am disabled myself and worked with others who live with disabilities. But most of my friends or people I new with TBI you could tell. But there was another element to this Her best friend came to visit. A few days later she talked about me getting an apartment again. Her and her friend started to ignore me, laugh and talk right in front of me.

All brain injuries are unique, as are all relationships.

This means that starting, maintaining and ending romantic relationships will be different for everyone.

As much as I am ashamed to say it out loud as to write it. Made dinner in the woods with a home made table and a pillow case that I colored red and white checkers (it took 4 red markers)to make a table cloth. She had so many people telling her what to do that she likes how things are going between us.

On Monday February 27, 2012, at 6 p.m., BIST Social Worker Michelle Ratcliff will lead a workshop at the Northern District Library for people living with the effects of an acquired brain injury (ABI), along with their families and friends.This factsheet will help couples understand some of the common changes they may notice in their relationship after TBI.Also, suggestions are given for ways that couples can address some of the more difficult changes they are experiencing.Dating and relationships are complicated for just about everyone.A brain injury can add one more level of complexity.Although some of the relationship changes after TBI are difficult and can be painful, there are many things that couples can do in order to enjoy each other and their relationship in new, positive, and meaningful ways.