Oct 1, 2019
CTW002 The Healing Journey with Deb Brandon
Originally from England and currently living in the U.S, Deb Brandon is a loving mother of two, a writer, a respected textile artist, and a math professor at Carnegie Mellon University. She is the author of But My Brain Had Other Ideas, a memoir about her healing journey after suffering a brain injury. Deb’s writing has appeared in several publications, including Hand/Eye Magazine and the Weave a Real Peace newsletter. Additionally, she regularly presents speeches and programs on topics related to brain injury.
Deb joins me today to share her healing journey after being diagnosed with a rare blood vessel abnormality of the brain. She explains what cavernous angioma is and how this diagnosis changed her life. She shares the challenges and struggles she faced throughout her recovery journey and why she believes healing and acceptance is an ongoing process, despite your circumstances. She also shares how a positive mindset and attitude helped her overcome bouts of depression to continue her healing journey.
“Recovery is ongoing.” - Deb Brandon
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