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the house that JaCk Built
JaCk anD Jill went uP the hill
to FetCh a Pail oF water
JaCk Fell Down
anD Broke his Crown
Jill Came tumBling aFter
seCtion two
humPty DumPty sat on a wall
humPty DumPty haD a great Fall
All the KiNg’s horses
All the KiNg’s MeN
seCtion three
little miss muFFet sat on a tuFFet
eating her CurDs anD whey
along Came a sPiDer
anD FrighteneD miss muFFet away
seCtion Four
twinkle, twinkle little star
uP aBove the sky so high
like a DiamonD in the sky
seCtion Five
the Cow JumPeD over the moon
the Dish ran away with the sPoon
seCtion six
the itsy Bitsy sPiDer
ConClusion
aBout the author
P. 1
Memoir of a Broken Brain

Memoir of a Broken Brain

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Journey with Kimberly through one crisis that set her up for failure and another life-altering experience that remapped her brain for success. “Had the road sign read, ‘Take a sharp right turn here and follow the path to your life-altering destiny,’ I would have turned and gone in another direction. The path was marked with two color-coded shapes: the green circle indicated a widely groomed, easy trail, and the blue square led to an intermediate slope. I needed the green trail that led to the lodge at the bottom of the mountain. I had taken a hard fall on the catwalk and wasn’t feeling so good. To get to the trail, I needed to take a sharp right turn. The only problem was, I suddenly didn’t know what right meant. I could not find my right side. Everything right was gone!” Kimberly fell into her defining role and life’s purpose (quite literally) when she skied over a cliff and sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI). One day, Kimberly was a vibrant career woman who enjoyed a successful lifestyle and an active social life. The next, she had to learn basic life skills to survive. Kimberly’s quest for survival sent her in search of the missing pieces of her past. She learned that survival is a multifaceted anvil that shapes our decisions and forges our future. Merely existing then becomes a double-edged sword: you may have managed to keep breathing, but are you really living? The only way for survival to triumph is to acknowledge the role of fear in the face of crisis: affirmed fear liberates; coddled fear incapacitates. Denial keeps us stuck!
Journey with Kimberly through one crisis that set her up for failure and another life-altering experience that remapped her brain for success. “Had the road sign read, ‘Take a sharp right turn here and follow the path to your life-altering destiny,’ I would have turned and gone in another direction. The path was marked with two color-coded shapes: the green circle indicated a widely groomed, easy trail, and the blue square led to an intermediate slope. I needed the green trail that led to the lodge at the bottom of the mountain. I had taken a hard fall on the catwalk and wasn’t feeling so good. To get to the trail, I needed to take a sharp right turn. The only problem was, I suddenly didn’t know what right meant. I could not find my right side. Everything right was gone!” Kimberly fell into her defining role and life’s purpose (quite literally) when she skied over a cliff and sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI). One day, Kimberly was a vibrant career woman who enjoyed a successful lifestyle and an active social life. The next, she had to learn basic life skills to survive. Kimberly’s quest for survival sent her in search of the missing pieces of her past. She learned that survival is a multifaceted anvil that shapes our decisions and forges our future. Merely existing then becomes a double-edged sword: you may have managed to keep breathing, but are you really living? The only way for survival to triumph is to acknowledge the role of fear in the face of crisis: affirmed fear liberates; coddled fear incapacitates. Denial keeps us stuck!

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