Greg's response: You know Sean, I am a head injury survivor of 15 years now and after my accident my wife at the time did not have the strength to stay with me and wanted a new life for herself.

So, we were divorced only one year after the accident and it was now time to heal and then start looking for a potential partner.

The following life changes typically affect intimate relationships: Brain injury survivors often have new personality traits, challenges, fears, and limitations.

This factsheet will help couples understand some of the common changes they may notice in their relationship after TBI.

Also, suggestions are given for ways that couples can address some of the more difficult changes they are experiencing.

I'm not saying it needs to be the first thing to come out of your mouth.

But if she likes you and you ease into telling her over the first few dates then I don't see why you should feel guilty.

I've recently read this book called "radical honesty" and refers to a part about sitting down with your family.

Where everyone is telling each other what they resent about each other and what they apperciate. to get stress off, to gain respect for one another. Would anyone have any opnions on what I could attempt to do, to put things in perspective for him?

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Hi, I have a brother who has been recovering from a brain injury for the last 2 and half years.

Although some of the relationship changes after TBI are difficult and can be painful, there are many things that couples can do in order to enjoy each other and their relationship in new, positive, and meaningful ways.

A TBI can significantly change a couple’s relationship.

Greg currently volunteers with the Victoria Literacy Program teaching adults how to read.