Hi everyone, I have a friend who is still in hospital with a serious Brain injury, was in a coma for 2 months and now has been in the confusion and agitation stage for the past 2 months, I want to know if anyone that says negative things to him will affect his brain healing? there is alot of dramas to do with his sort of x-girlfriend, it's really awefull and stressfull and I am really concerned that she is doing real damage to him. She is saying alot of negative comments, rings the hospital up to 4 times a day to talk to him (he isn't even aware who he talks to), she growls him he gets really confused and get us all mixed up which for most of us we understand and not worry but she gets moody and tells him off, xmas time he approached his father and said he wanted to end the realtionship 2 weeks later he hadn't yet and had then had his accident. She is at wars with the family and tells him that the family hate her and all this silly immature stuff - will he remember any of it? Please if anyone can help, much appriciated.
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