How do you lead for your children to follow, and set examples for them to learn from, when you yourself are so off-kilter that you are reliant on those around you to try and find your own balance?

It can be a hard lesson for any child to learn that their parent(s) are human after all when they get to mid to late teenage years and their early twenties when everything is going ‘to plan,’ but what happens when brain injury interrupts this?

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I guess you could also include psychological fears in this ‘normal’ realm of existence – it can be hard for young adults to find out that their parents don’t have life totally ‘sussed’ when they have put them on a pedestal all their lives, so, to then have to deal with a parent who is ‘different’ to everything they have known all their lives because that parent has been brain injured must surely make many things quite intolerable… CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

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