Thank you so much. You have no idea what it means to me. This is unfamiliar and unchartered territory. Knowing you care helps both in my drive to heal and in my feelings of isolation along my pathway of recovery. I hope you continue to follow me and my blog. Thanks again-Brian.
Cavernous malformation on the pons also know as a traumatic brain injury
My goal is to be able to walk and be normal. Do the things we all take for granted. I want to play with my daughter. I want to be able to see correctly so I may take pictures. I want to drive again.
My immediate goal is to regain my balance. I am getting better each week.
My heart and lungs could fail at anytime. My fear of death is always at the door. I also fear that I always will be the way I am now. But I know deep down inside I am healing. That’s what keeps me going.
I appreciate anything you might have to say both previous to and during this experience. Your comments are welcome.