Author: Clint Scollon
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This a guide for surviving a brain injury, which are so prevalent today, by someone who has actually survived one. Brain injuries can be obtained by the simplest of means, such as driving, playing sports and even tripping while walking. This is not a comprehensive list by any means, it simply shows that a brain injury can happen to anyone, anytime. It really depends on you and your attitude, as to how seriously you are going to let it affect you. The one thing that I have found to work is possessing a cheery disposition. I have also found this helps you with two aspects of your health: if you are cheery your brain adapts to anything thrown at it and it will (sung with a British accent) "Only look on the bright side of life, ta-do, ta-do...". As you can probably tell, I treat everything that I can - and only when it's proper - with a little frivolity.