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Journey to Boston

Hello from Boston! Thank you all for your continued support and interest in Sherrin’s journey through her traumatic brain injury. I wanted to give big updates! For those that follow the Facebook page, you noticed that Sherrin has been doing … Continue reading

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First Update of 2016

It’s been several months since my last post; I apologize for anyone that has been waiting for an update. The reason why I haven’t been posting so often is because Sherrin’s injury has become my normal life and it’s hard … Continue reading

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An Update from Dad

An Update from Dad Sorry I have been so late in providing an update to Sherrin’s web site.  Kaci has done such a really unbelievable job in telling Sherrin’s story.   My primary goal in providing input to Sherrin’s website was … Continue reading

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On to the Next Phase

So this is where we stand with Sherrin’s body. When the accident happened, Sherrin hurt her head, but she broke her collar bone too. Obviously, there was extremely little attention paid to the collar bone because we were so concerned … Continue reading

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Why You Should Give a Damn about Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness month. For the general population, it’s just another month where people may pay a little more attention to an issue, maybe donate $5 towards, or to not care at all about and wait for … Continue reading

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Finding Peace

One of the aspects that have come because of this blog is that a lot of people confide in me about their pain. Friends, acquaintances, strangers who stumbled upon the page, TBI survivors, other caregivers, all sorts of people have … Continue reading

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2.5 Years In, A Million To Go

Exactly 2 and a half years ago, I was sitting in a small ICU room gripping my parents’ hands trying to make sure my sobs weren’t too loud. My sister’s brain was swelling at an alarming rate and any extra … Continue reading

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