Hi. My husband suffered a tbi last July. Although physically he is back to pretty much normal (with the exception of loss of taste and smell), emotionally he still doesn't seem the same. Its almost as if every emotion or personality trait he had before is magnified. He is super-sensitive and overly emotional at times. My question is is this normal and will he ever regain control over his emotions? The other thing is he does not seem to think that anything is wrong with him. Its so hard for me to tell if this is him or part of his brain injury???? I just don't feel like I really know him anymore. I would appreciate any feedback on this as there is really nowhere else for me to go for answers.
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