Hi i am thinking about writing a book. This book would talk about daily challenges that a person with TBI goes through, what outsiders shouldn't do i.e. stare, laugh, rude things of that nature, and how loved ones deal with a tragety (can't spell). I was just wondering if anyone thinks this is a good idea. There are so many other books writen about stuff, but there isn't one writen for TBI survivors. I would just like everyone's input. I am still making the outline in my head bout what i all want to put in it. if u think it is a good idea for the book, maybe someone could give me some ideas to put into the book. mostly i just want ppl to understand from a survivors out look on it, and how we see things. it is confusing to try to explain at this point. just please give me ur input.
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