Yes up early as usual and wanted to share some stuff with my fellow bi sufferers. I was just reading through the post by Headway on Brain injury in TV and Film and it got me thinking about the last 6 months and whats happened to me. I won't bore you but I have to share this:
I had my MX accident back in May 2015 and acquired a brain bleed well 3 of them on my frontal lobe and was in hospital for a time and a lot has changed and happened since then. I have changed and changed for the better over time and iv accepted that. My personality is different and so is my thinking but along the way well before the Bi I was one and a half years sober thanks to AA so my thinking was completely changing anyway along with my feelings coming back and my spirit and my belief in God thats a God of my own understanding. Due to the abi and my AA recovery I have been learning a lot about my self and have well am discovering who I am and what I'm about. This is very common from the age of 42 but I'm 47 so a little late but better late than never.
I had my first visit with my headway councillor to see what I needed and weather I needed a councillor 8-9 weeks ago and what a revelation that was. She decided I could do with some help and the following week I was given a councillor, I am not using names here just in case. My councillor M has bee an absolute God send for me and we hit it off spiritually from the first meeting. I had lost all my emotion due to the abi but at that first meeting it started to flood back. We looked at my life from he beginning and I told her about my alcoholism and that I was adopted from about 8 weeks old. She too has adopted daughters so we talked about adoption all the time. I have discovered that its the one thing I have never ever really talked about and from reading and researching through books and discussing it with my councillor its a big problem in my life and has been. Im not going to go into much detail about that because i don't want to be typing all day but its a fantastic for me.
As the title says Fate, God conscious or what?
So I had this accident in May last year then a year passes and Iv learnt so so much through this forum with you lovely people since then and my knowledge of abi and its symptoms is growing daily. Then I got counciling through Headway and my councillor has the one thing in common with me adoption that we talk about and it turns out that was a big problem and still is for me so I decide pretty quickly to do something about it.
My accident was it fate, chance, God conscious so I would meet my councillor M a year later then dive into my life and discover stuff about myself that I was so afraid to uncover and dig up? Damb I love this stuff and the fact that paths are crossed with people that can send you on a completely different journey than you were expecting, life is beautiful and weird all at the same time.
There is a really positive thing to come out of my accident and I thank God for that because at the time I felt mentally dead and would never get life back.
Have a fantastic Saturday people and God Bless. Now I'm off to the MX track