Mind Travel: Alone

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My goal is to get organized to the point of functioning. I can’t do it alone. But I’m at a point where not too many can help. So I do it at my pace. Most days, I feel like I’m sliding, then there is the rare one I feel gain. Often that’s delusional.

So I am back, but way behind where I started my travel on an unfamiliar road alone except for the guiding light of the universe and a few family and friends.

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  • Angela Grant is a medical doctor. For 22 years, she practiced emergency medicine and internal medicine. She studied for one year at Harvard T. H Chan School Of Public Health. She writes about culture, race, and health.

2 thoughts on “Mind Travel: Alone

  1. This is huge. I am gifted in such things. But it’s when they slide that it’s evidence I’m most dysfunctional. Different tools help for different systems. With TBI, it’s just different…though I found some ways I worked around that to be better and more efficient than my previous pre-injury methods..and then products got invented inadvertently and a runway debut….but that’s another story. Be encouraged. The right track is everything in the post-TBI life. Well done!

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