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7 Ways To Support A Loved One With A Traumatic Brain Injury by Janice Tindle 

Author’s note: (This article was published on 5 /16/16 on themighty.com. https://themighty.com/2016/05/how-to-support-a-loved-one-with-traumatic-brain-injury/ I am the author of that article, which is now posted here.  Recently, several spam sites have posted this article without my permission and neglect to credit me … Continue reading

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The Mosiac Of The Broken Mind          by Janice Tindle 

He asked me to take his hand and follow him into the deep, dark cavern of his soul. I hesitated, but he was alone and afraid to take the journey, so I paid the toll.  I saw the valleys of … Continue reading

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The Flawed, The Broken, and The Beautiful /Written by Janice Tindle

I recently found myself inspired by a bit of broken pottery. That pottery made me think about the value we place on inanimate objects. Who knows why a certain object has a special attractiveness to us. We see it, we … Continue reading

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“I’ll Be With You In A Minute!” /Written by Janice Tindle

I was sitting on a park bench some years ago, enjoying a nice summer day while taking a break from a hospital visit. I don’t remember why I was there, but there was a lovely park across the street and … Continue reading

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The Curious Case Of The Disappearing Cough Drops /Written by Janice Tindle

The old man was sitting in his favorite chair in the living room watching the six o’clock news. He had been using oxygen since he was first diagnosed with emphysema and COPD. By his chair was a round side table … Continue reading

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A PRIVATE WAR /Written by Janice Tindle

“There are Nazi’s in my head,” Looking upward, his eyes filled with dread, “But I won’t go where I’m led, I’ll stay here and fight instead.” My father spoke slowly and low, There was only me, I was only to … Continue reading

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The Soldier Who Wore Gray /Written by Janice Tindle

The soldier who wore gray, Lay still in front of me, There was no more reason left to stay, The color he had worn ceased to be, And the only thing left was his shadow of gray. For many years … Continue reading

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