Tbi and dating

Life became fraught with challenges; initially struggling with impulsiveness, bouts of anger and fatigue.

However, as the year’s progressed, Greg learned to adapt to his limitations and become proactive in managing and structuring his life so he can enjoy it to the fullest.

With this woman you could not and the second reason why I didn’t research was because of my own ego and pride. From the moment I googled I got answers to things that that I didn’t understand what was going on. My understanding there had been women who had coned, manipulated her and she didn’t trust herself anymore. I told her that if that is what she really wants then I will do it. I knew her friend was telling her things that weren’t true. We had finally got some things done so I could live in the motor home on her property.

Then she got a phone call from her friend saying she fell on the steps. We talked about feelings and it seemed for the first time she was feeling and talking about it. What I did not know that her brain was over loaded and shout down. It ended up that she and her friend cut my electricity and when she did it she looked right at me, it felt like she wasn’t looking at me she was looking at someone else. She started telling people that I had come in the house after hours and her friend started talking about domestic violence.

Share This July, 2011 Greg Goldberg is a Brain Injury Survivor, Inspirational Speaker and author.

After suffering a car crash in 1998, Greg spent nearly a month in a coma, followed by a long journey of recovery.

After dinner we danced and she cried in my arms and looked at me with tears saying she finally feels like she’s home. She was so afraid that I would change, it wasn’t me that changed it was her.

But when things where done, I was in the motor home. It was apparent that her friend did not want her around me. I brought up fear and her brain injury that it was hard for me.