"The injury is invisible but the impact on my life is real." - Barefoot's Survivor Sto


"There are days and moments that slip by me now. Looking for the positive in a dark situation can be so difficult. The injury is invisible but the impact on my life is real. Some said I wouldn't walk again, or have a normal life. They were wrong. You see, my Father is a very powerful man. I gave my problems to him and he walks beside me every step of the way. He doesn't do it all for me, but softens the load and helps me when I stumble. My Father is a great physician, and believing in his healing and keeping a positive attitude has been my medicine. I am not only walking again but I am doing some 'impossible' things. I ride my Harley again, I go to the mall, I fish and can do almost anything I put my mind to. Yes it's harder now, but it makes success feel so much better. I'm grateful for my second chance. My Father is yours too, and he loves you. His name is God." -Chris (aka Barefoot), TBI Survivor ••• ➡️Share your story for#braininjuryawarenessmonth! Send a paragraph to info@hopeafterheadinjury.com💚 We are all in this together! #HopeAfterHeadInjury

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