By Philip L. Fairclough
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The causes that create this can perhaps best be explained in the following way. The brain injured person may reason thus, as I often did and still do: ‘Why did that person do or not do, say or not say, act or not act in a certain way when they are supposed to be normal? ’ The reasoning of suffer41 Living with Brain Injury ers is, therefore, sometimes faulty and this shows itself in another way too: when they want something done they seem to want it done then and there, when they want to go somewhere they want to go at that instant, they don’t have the patience to wait.
30am. The half-hourly sessions were made up of various exercises designed to help us with balance, coordination and stamina. One thing particularly watched for was something common to brain injured people that was laughingly called the ‘handbag hand’. When there has been paralysis on one side, the hand on that side may often be held up near the chest rather like a woman holding a handbag. It was almost as if our brain would not allow us to just let the arm hang by our sides. With exercise and constant reminders we learned to let that hand hang naturally by our side.
If they are employed, they will possibly be wondering what will happen to their job. All of these situations can bring on the second emotion. If anyone has been ill in bed for a prolonged period of time, if only with a bad bout of flu or gastroenteritis, then they know how fretful one can get, just lying there thinking of all the things they could and should be doing. Doesn’t it make one feel useless? With brain injury, the feeling of uselessness can grow into a feeling of worthlessness. ’ The lack of self-worth develops into a lack of self-confidence and so depression can easily set in.