The frustrating thing about a TBI is is can be more debilitating then losing a arm or a leg.
And much less understood.
I heard one TBI veteran call it wicked. We were in a first aid/cpr class, I doubt anyone other than me understood the depths of what he was saying.
The veterans 4WD organization I started (Mountain Warriors) did a camping trip in early October, one of the other veterans also has TBI. He was explaining the difficulties he has, then said the big contrast in how well he does makes it hard for people to understand. It's the same with me.
Thanks for sharing.