Book world’s man of the moment hits town


“I used to say that my head injury was minor…”

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI

I used to say that my head injury was minor: I can still walk, talk, think, dress, eat etc… Sure, not as good as I once could, but there was not that much wrong with me. Then I thought again: what could I once do very well that I have problems with now: walking, talking *, thinking, dressing, eating, balancing, concentrating, understanding situations, remembering things… Then there is the disinhibition, over-familiarity, dyspraxia, dysarthria, ataxia, fatigue, impulsiveness, vision problems and lack of insight. TO NAME A FEW! I had a massive head injury and though many of the differences are subtle, there have been MANY. I survived though and I continue to survive. Read my book Flight of a Lifetime ( if you need help to survive.

– Philip Watling

* just try doing those at the same time (let alone try to chew gum!)


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“Live to reach your full potential by sustaining your positive mental attitude, because if you focus on your problems and limitations you become disempowered.”

Living with Head/Brain Injury (TBI)

“Sharing, supporting, informing,  enlightening, “entertaining”(??), encouraging, empowering, enriching, challenging, igniting, uplifting (and perhaps even) inspiring”

enough there for now, c!

Shining a light of hope  in the darkest corners


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“Inform, educate, inspire”

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Going out with a bang!


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Undiagnosed brain injury

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