Laughter is powerful and healing. Being observant of others and our surroundings can bring laughter of things we or others do. You pulled up to the gas pump to fill up. One goes in to pick up coffee and tea while the other fills the car with gas. The line to McDonald’s is long. On the way out one notices Read the rest of this entry »
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Ever seen those signs “No shirt, No shoes, No admittance!” Read the rest of this entry »
Life seems so financially driven. Everything is about profit. What happens if you are concerned about another and want to check on them?
Being concerned about another’s safety and well being it was vital that someone do a welfare check. One made a report to make sure they were safe. They were informed of my concern and they picked up the report.
As they read it they noted that I requested a “welfare check”. Being that this person was a concrete thinker he assumed a “welfare check” meant something far from safety and concern.
A “check” meant money. His psychologist asked him to explain what they thought a “welfare check” was. His interpretation was a check of “X” number of dollars.
When that person saw their psychologist they stated “they are after my money”. They sent someone to do a “welfare check”. The psychologist informed the person that a “welfare check” was to make sure they were safe and it had nothing to do with “finances or money”.
I can see how “check” could have a double meaning. Sometimes it’s hard for others to believe someone is caring enough to check on safety and well-being. Life really isn’t all about money.
He learned a “welfare check” is a good thing, and others do care. Every time he writes a check he thinks of the “welfare check” that had no monetary value. He wonders if the people who do “welfare checks” also write “checks” to pay his bills? He believes that would also be a form of “welfare check”, as it takes alot of stress off a person! He has a point!
Have you tried to help someone and they totally misinterpreted your good faith?
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Brain injury survivors need to laugh at the things that happen. Even some of the most difficult times can be funny…at least when you reflect on what happened. Communication difficulty of various degrees occur with brain injury. This situation is an unfortunate communication barrier. I give details surrounding the situation so others can better understand what happens in the lives of brain injured survivors. Read the rest of this entry »