Miraculous Recovery from Serious Accident

In the beginning, the medical team at Vancouver General Hospital was not sure if I was going to make it. I had cracked the back of my skull, severely shattered my L1 vertebrae into more than 30 pieces, and sustained a traumatic brain injury. I was vomiting blood. Seven staples had been inserted into my skull to fuse the breakage. The severity of my brain injury was causing delays in the urgently needed spinal surgery. My friends and family were at my bedside day and night, extremely worried and concerned.

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You Are Not What You Think

Normally we try to manage the effect of our thoughts by attempting to change them or by suppressing them. For example, you might think an angry thought about yourself or another person and then judge that as being the wrong way to think and try to replace it with something ‘nicer’. Sound familiar? This way of engaging with thoughts tends to worsen the issue by creating more suppression. 

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