In the dark, alone.
Help raise awareness about football helmet safety.
I didn’t think my love for sports, the military, big trucks and heavy equipment would one day disable me.
In a blink of an eye, you’re now old and realize you forgot to live life.
I wished the hit to my head had killed me!
Living with TBI is full of challenges for daily living.
A helpful strategy to live a better quality of life.
Survivors also learn to embrace the new person they’ve become.
It’s a very painful, confusing and lonely place to be.
I would give anything to have an uninjured brain and go back to work!
I wondered what could be so great about being retired 35 years earlier than when I planned on retiring?
The cognitive wounds aren’t as obvious as the physical ones that heal.
‘I thought it couldn’t get any better!’
What makes us laugh at someone who gets hit in the head or knocked out?
There’s nothing to see here. Move along!
Ted Stachulski shares how a human connection helped him through his sports concussions.