Dealing with Loss (TBI)


Grieving Losses Due to a TBI

A person with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) faces many challenges and losses. Grieving is the process of facing the pain and sorrow of the losses, releasing them and moving on to embrace life. Grieving is the process of both releasing the loss and receiving the comfort and encouragement to move forward.

Comfort comes as we receive love from God, family and friends. “We are mutually strengthened and encouraged and comforted by each others’ faith….” Romans 1:12

With every TBI there is some degree of loss. Each injury is different, but they all have one thing in common: loss. Whatever the loss may be, recognizing the stages of grieving will help you process the loss.
Your loved one could experience losses in:

  • Physical Strength
  • Emotional Connections
  • Cognitive Abilities
  • Reasoning and Memory

Never grieve these losses alone…..

  • Find someone who will listen
  • Find someone who…

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