I found this great blog post and they get it!
Adjusting and transitioning after brain injury is a very hard but worthwhile process.
It is more often overlooked than addressed. When you are not given support or resources to move forward and find the new you it is a long process to gain footing to be able to move forward in a meaningful way.
It is easier for therapists to say you are just depressed or anxious and treat with a pill. I have experienced this and I just shake my head and think to myself “no shit Sherlock…Where did you park your squad car. And wonder if they would be saying this shit if they had experienced the same thing.”
Please read this blog post. https://tlcrehab.wordpress.com/
I think if the therapists, doctors, helpers had to spend a month in the shoes of a brain-injured person or persons with any other lesser known condition, their care, compassion and treatment suggestions may be completely different