Whether you have deliberately searched for the site or just happened upon it by chance, a very warm welcome to My Broken Brain.
After suffering from a rare form of encephalitis (NMDA-r) back in June 2011, I have been trying to piece my life back together again. Getting my thoughts and feelings down in black and white for the world to see has been a huge release and enabled me to obtain some closure on the past few year’s events.
Suffering alone can make you feel isolated and distressed, having other people who ‘get you’ can be more important than anything else. So, if just one person can read something I have written and say, “I’m not alone”, I will feel like I have fulfilled what I set out to do.
And so, My Broken Brain was born.
If you are looking for some facts about brain injuries and what help is out there be sure to check out my recourses section, where I have compiled a list of useful facts, organisations and blogs.
If you are after a spot of reading, my blog tends to give an interesting twist on what life is like with a brain injury.
If you would like to contact me, my details can be found in the contact section.
Thank you for all your love and support in helping me to piece my life back together again after encephalitis. Without you none of this would be possible.
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Thank you for featuring the attractive images– so open to a feeling of reflection.|
Lovely blog. Bless.
Thank you! Sorry for the delay in reply, for some reason I have only just seen this!!
I was researching via the web for some info since yesterday night and I at last found this! This is a impressive web site by the way, except it is a little hard to navigate in my smart phone.
Hello, I was just wondering if you have found it any easier to navigate around the site now that I have updated it?
Hi there! Really enjoying your blog. I’m a brain injury survivor, and I’ve dedicated a lot of time researching and hearing others’ stories of recovering from brain injury. Sharing them here: http://kickspb.wordpress.com/ Hope we can connect more in the future! Best x
Hello. I love your style of writing! I am going to take a proper look later on when I get back from my run. It would be lovely to connect, would you like me to put a link in my other blogs section to your blog? x
You are too sweet. I would love that! I know I need to post more too…
Right on point! Thanks for your bravery! My daughter was struck with Anti-NMDA r encephalitis in August of 2013. I hope I can get ideas and tips from your experiences. Thanks.
Our daughter age 33 has just come out of an induced coma and is still very ill with NMDA encephalitis. Your website has given us hope and understanding as some of the things happening are identical to yours. Did you still have tremours when you came out of the coma? Our daughter has facial tremours and we do not know how her speech is because of the recent tracheotomy. Hoping to hear from you and well done, you are an inspiration to fellow suffers and their families. Best wishes. Christine
Hello, my 15 year old daughter is currently in the hospital and tested positve for NMDA. This week has been the most traumatic in our lives…she had responded exceptionally well to IVIG and Methyl Prednisolone…and continues to be treated for the symptoms…hopeful for a continued up hill climb. We would love to contact you at a later stage so she knows she is not alone…