A wife’s tale (or a number stories)
All the best and enjoy the weekend, Keara and Chris
craig in “Sleepy Hollow (where I’m “safest”)
When someone cuts themselves, you see the wound, see the plaster, see the scar, see them recover. You can understand if they are not quite ready to perform certain tasks, as you see they have suffered and may still be in pain every now and again.
When someone breaks their arm, you see the injury, see the cast, see the recovery journey, and see them get better. You notice when they need help back at work, or need a day off from pain.
When someone has meningitis you see them sick, see them suffer, see them recover. . Right?
We as human beings struggle to see pain that is not visible. I’m sure we’ve all heard the saying “but you don’t look sick?” In Chris’s case we don’t call him sick, we call him in recovery from a TBI (traumatic brain injury). But I am trying to illustrate that because…
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