SHEBOYGAN, WI--(Marketwire - August 28, 2012) - TBI Voices, a free online informational resource that is designed to bring about awareness to the issues that relate to traumatic brain injuries, post-concussion syndrome and other severe brain injuries, has a Web site URL that is located at http://tbivoices.com/. The Web site has recently released another video in its ongoing series looking at traumatic brain injury survivors and the struggles they face. The video tells the story of Angela, a traumatic brain injury survivor, and how she handled angry customers at her job after she was hurt.
TBI Voices, an online effort to bring about awareness and familiarity with the issues that relate to those who suffer from the after-effects of traumatic brain injuries, hereby announces that the Web site has launched another installment in its video series that features a woman named Angela, a traumatic brain injury survivor. The video describes Angela's difficulties with dealing with angry customers after she had survived her injury.
Specifically, the video can be found at the URL of http://tbilaw.com/tbivoices/brain-injury-makes-others-peoples-emotions-catastrophic/, and it provides a look at how Angela, the subject in the video, would struggle to deal with angry customers at her retail sales job after she had returned to work after suffering a traumatic brain injury. The video provides a real-world perspective on those struggles as described by the subject.
In the video, Angela describes the trouble she has processing information quickly as it is generally relayed by an angry customer and the extreme difficulty she faced in knowing that an angry customer did not realize that she had suffered a traumatic brain injury and was having difficulty following them. Angela then describes her emotional struggle with these difficult situations.
According to the statistics kept by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or the CDC, more than 50,000 people every year are killed because of traumatic brain injuries. Hundreds of thousands more are forced to live with long-term disabilities because of these severe brain injuries. TBI Voices will continue to provide videos that will help people to understand the challenges faced by people who must live their lives with the long-term effects of a closed head injury.
About TBI Voices
TBI Voices was launched by Gordon Johnson, an attorney in Wisconsin. Its purpose is to provide a message for those who may be interested in supporting the overall cause of traumatic brain injuries and to be available 24 hours per day for anyone who may be interested in learning more about these severe brain injuries and other forms of head trauma that can and do continue to affect patients and their loved ones for years, decades and even lifetimes.
Video Available: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pn7CP1HT_x8&feature=share&list=UUkc4EqMgbY5isVarUU8ALPQ