As bad as it was, still is sometimes, I learned something about myself. I learned that I could go through hell and still survive.
It takes time to heal from a brain aneurysm. Stressing over the future did not get me anywhere. I started taking life one day at a time. I slowly began understanding who I had become. There’s something crazy about starting over and experiencing a new life. Literally, crazy difficult. I know. I’m still in the process of building my own.
My brain aneurysm burst March 16, 2018. I didn’t know anyone this ever happened to at that time. Actually, I never even heard of a brain aneurysm. In many ways being alone in the beginning was the hardest time. I needed help. I still sometimes get mixed up and can be an emotional mess but with time I’ve learned to adapt.
I’m living in Clovis, CA. Absolutely love my town. I‘m passionate about focusing on living life one day at a time. I’ve learned that expressing emotions caused by a burst brain aneurysm is helpful.
I would love to hear from you. It helped me so much to finally meet others that are going through similar trials. Feel free to email, comment and join groups on social media.