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Maintaining Relationships with Family and Friends After TBI and PTSD

Maintaining Relationships with Family and Friends After TBI and PTSD

Adam talks frankly about his challenges keeping up with family and friends since his injury; he has good intentions but following through remains difficult.

The Ripple Effect of Hope

The Ripple Effect of Hope

 “I have made up my mind not to let combat trauma define my family or my nation. I will not let this journey be the end of my joy.”

Abby Jackson and Cpl. B.J. Jackson on Supporting Intimate Relationships

Abby Jackson and Cpl. B.J. Jackson on Supporting Intimate Relationships

A funny and honest look at sex and intimacy after a brain injury.

Deployment-Related TBI and Co-Occurring Conditions

Deployment-Related TBI and Co-Occurring Conditions

Learn to identify and treat the co-occurring conditions that are common in deployment-related concussion.

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What Has Worked for Me

What Has Worked for Me

Cheryl Gansner shares her experiences about life with her husband, Sgt. Bryan Gansner, who has TBI and PTSD -- especially the social and emotional side.

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