Traumatic brain injury can profoundly change the injured in personality and temperament, as well as physically and cognitively. Spouses bear the brunt of these changes to the point many feel like they’re living with a stranger. Two experts and the spouse of a TBI victim discuss the many ways life changes after an injury and what can help to get them through the ordeal.
- Megan Horst, wife of TBI survivor
- Dr. Lori Weisman, psychotherapist, educator specializing in TBI
- Dr. Jeffrey Scott Kreutzer, Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, VCU School of Medicine
Links for more information:
- “Are You My Husband?” – New York Times
- Jeffrey S. Kreutzer, PhD – Virginia Commonwealth University