the-name11 karma2014-11-09 19:54:04 UTC
I second this question. I'm 3 years out from a decent concussion and still have emotional swings I can't control. Had to give up on Agents of SHIELD this season: couldn't avoid bawling at post-TBI Fitz.
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the-name7 karma2014-11-09 21:50:32 UTC
For sure. I have the utmost appreciation for the neurodevelopment folks practicing out there. Not sure how I would've made it through my first year without almost daily speech therapy. In all likelihood, things will improve. I go multiple weeks without random irritation or crying fits these days (reading your answers, though, has me tearing up good).
I am glad that you seem to be in a far healthier place than I was at 13 months post-injury. Stick with it!
the-name5 karma2014-11-09 22:54:35 UTC
Gotta give Iain De Caestecker credit, he plays a TBI with a brutal, painful realism. Maybe some day I'll be able to watch it again.
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