pba

He gets it.

Took a few years, but he gets it now. This is my husband’s contribution of part of the article that I recently wrote for Healthline.com. To Others Caring for Someone with Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA): Have Empathy Someone drew us as cartoons… Read More ›

Listicle

An editor from the online health magazine Healthline contacted me and asked me to write a contributing article about Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA). Here it is. I’m convinced that PBA is the worst thing in the whole wide world.

Filter

I have written about this many times in the past, but I’ve been corresponding with someone over e-mail that said something to me that was upsetting. Here is the blurb from the e-mail that got to me…..   “Immediately after… Read More ›

Shut up

I forget a whole lot about those first 6 months after the stroke, it’s insanely blurry but last week I was reminded of something that even at the time when it happened I remember thinking that it was hilarious and… Read More ›

Weirdness

I’m a really weird, ridiculous person and I say a lot of weird things.  I was like this before the stroke.  However, after the stroke – man did I say some weird shit.  Not just the normal very weird things… Read More ›

Crying

I wrote a post about being really emotional after a brain injury and someone left me a comment about losing the ability to cry.  I had never heard of that happening and that really affected me.  I’ve been perpetually in tears for 2… Read More ›