10 Things You Should Never Say to a Brain-Injured Spouse or Partner

10 Things You Should Never Say to a Brain-Injured Spouse or Partner2019-02-26T12:16:08+00:00

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I am pleased to offer this invaluable guide for couples who are struggling to overcome the effects of brain injury together. In a committed relationship, the things we say to each other can hurt – or they can heal. Knowing what to expect as your partner works to recover, and feeling free to acknowledge your own pain, can greatly ease stress and create a loving foundation for mutual progress and connection. The “10 Things” guide reflects the wisdom I have gained in treating hundreds of brain-injured patients and their loved ones in the past 35+ years.

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