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The Man Who Works For Something Greater Than Himself by Janice Tindle

2017 was supposed to be The Year of Me. After seven long years struggling to rebuild a new me and a new life after a 2010 car collision, I was so confident that I would have another crack at becoming … Continue reading

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Brain Injury Awareness Month, March 2017

The first time I saw a brain injury awareness video was during Brain Injury Awareness Month. I thought it was wonderful. Every year, different ones came out, and they were all wonderful . I dreamed of one day making my … Continue reading

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Dear Yahoo, This may sound silly, but…by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30-Day Writing Challenge Day Day  10 “Yahoo Answers Post – Pretend you are writing a question about your condition – it can be as silly or humorous as you want. Now answer it. (Remember: Your answer can … Continue reading

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It’s time to endorse this blog for the WEGO HEALTH Awards! 

It’s true, it is an honor to be nominated. Now, is the time to endorse your favorite nominees! I’m so glad that this blog has received a nomination! Thank you very much! I’m humbled and grateful for the acknowledgement. Click … Continue reading

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I love hugs    by Janice Tindle


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The Invisible Imprisonment    by Janice Tindle 

I lie in my bed, I can not feel it’s comfort. The iron bands, tightly wrap my forearms, My hands feel the head of the hammer. “Just lie still and remain calm.” “Breathe.” The reign of pain is on the … Continue reading

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Daniella: Dystonia’s Warrior Princess                                     by Janice Tindle

   They called her Princess. From the moment she was born, there was no denying the resemblance little Daniella had to older brother Lukas Bredahl and her beautiful mother, Pia Bredahl of Vejle, Demark. She laughed. She sparkled. She shined. … Continue reading

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