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    • 144 pages
  • Keywords
    • Brain injury book,
    • Chronic traumatic encephalopathy,
    • Living with a brain injury,
    • Head trauma experience,
    • Traumatic brain injury,
    • Acquired brain injury,
    • Books about getting better

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Skull Fragments
Expressions of My TBI LIfe
by Len Roach

It’s estimated that one in three people have suffered an acquired brain injury in their lifetime. Yet so little is understood about brain health and its various injuries, especially the daily and personal effects. Author Len Roach knows these effects personally. He’s been learning to cope with them for thirty years. Skull Fragments: Expressions of My TBI Life is a memoir that began with the author’s desire to understand what happened to him after two traumatic brain injuries. The more he ventured down this road, the more he realized others could learn from his challenges and successes. This collection of short anecdotes is filled with valuable reflections and insights. Through recollections of the past, current self-reflections, and theories about the future, Roach examines the dramatic and subtle changes in his life that may surprise you. From mental and emotional health to career and relationships, Roach imparts his experiences with honesty and vulnerability. Readers interested in learning more about brain health and traumatic brain injuries will appreciate this firsthand account. Family and friends of survivors will welcome the insights into survivors’ struggles that are often difficult to communicate. Skull Fragments is more than a memoir about trauma; this is a universal story about overcoming adversity.

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Len Roach has two traumatic brain injuries and at least a dozen concussions. By sharing his experiences, Roach hopes to help others better understand traumatic brain injuries and help people tell their own stories. Skull Fragments: Expressions of My TBI Life is his first book. Roach feels lucky to be able to write a book given that many survivors are unable to. He lives in Calgary, Alberta.


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