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March 2019 Archives

Brain rest is necessary after a concussion

Victims of accidents might suffer from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). One common TBI that can occur is a concussion. This is considered a minor TBI, but it can actually have very serious impacts on the victim's life. A person who has this diagnosis is going to have a long road to recovery, even though they might seem perfectly normal on the outside.

Moving away after divorce might have challenges

One of the most difficult things for a parent to learn during or after a divorce is that they are going to have to move. This might be because of a change in the location of their job. The question that comes up then has to do with the children. Where will the kids live? How will custody and visitation work? We know that this isn't an easy situation, but some people, such as those in the military, can't do anything about these changes. The best thing they can do is address the situation proactively.

Adopting positivity regarding the changes of divorce

The process of rebuilding your life after a divorce is going to take time and effort. Whether you are happy about the split or still trying to figure out what went wrong, you can adapt a mental position that helps you to thrive. This is a big life change. Giving yourself permission to feel as you do and being able to address your emotions can benefit you greatly.

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