About Me: Female, 53, glendale, AZ, member since Nov 2012
multiple head injuries have changed my life.a three step basic math question that used to take a minute or less now takes ten sometimes fifteen minutes.extended periods of time dealing with a paralyzing fear of this,that or the other thing.loss of energy.i sometimes say
[More] very stupid things now-yes,knowing the words are stupid before they leave my lips.my words are so rediculous that no one responds;so i repeat it.endless details in one sided conversations that more often than not remain unfinished because i cant remember what i was talking about.these are a few things i am struggling with on a daily basis from just ONE aspect of my faltering health.i am relieved to find this access to health information and experiences.i look forward to learning from this site.
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