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TBI Voices Publishes Online Interview of Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor's Struggles With Romance
By: Marketwire .
Nov. 20, 2012 05:30 PM
SHEBOYGAN, WI--(Marketwire - November 20, 2012) - TBI Voices is a free online resource that is published and updated on a regular basis so that both people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries and others can read and view interviews and other information designed to bring about awareness regarding the struggles of those who have lived through traumatic brain injuries. This resource can be found at http://www.tbivoices.com, and the Web site has published another interview of a woman who survived a traumatic brain injury and who talks about the challenges she experienced with romance as she recovered.
TBI Voices is a free Web site that provides interviews and informational articles regarding different aspects of struggling with the recovery from traumatic brain injuries. The Web site regularly interviews subjects who have survived this type of harm so that they can share their insights with the public. TBI Voices has recently published another interview that details the challenges encountered by a woman who survived a traumatic brain injury with regards to romance and marriage.
The interview, which can be viewed at the URL of http://tbilaw.com/blog/lori-walking-down-the-aisle-like-a-lady-despite-tbi/ entails the story of Lori, a woman who has survived a traumatic brain injury and who still struggles with the recovery from it. A full transcript of the interview can also be read by any visitors to that page. Lori begins by describing her feelings of confusion as she reconnects with her boyfriend after suffering her traumatic brain injury.
The interview goes on to show how Lori learned over time to trust her boyfriend, who eventually became her fiancée and her husband. Lori also describes her feelings as she prepared for her wedding, telling the interviewer that her fiancée had to help with the planning of it so that the details regarding the ceremony could be properly organized and handled.
Ultimately, Lori talks about her anxiety with regards to being able to 'walk like a girl' down the aisle in her wedding dress, as walking was a motor skill that she had to work hard to recover so that she could present herself in a way she thought proper for such an important day. Finally, Lori describes all of the help she received from family and friends as she went through the marriage process, including help at the ceremony.
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