I would like to apologize for any spelling and grammatical errors. My editor is on holidays indefinitely and I have a brain injury. Enjoy!
2. My concussion occurred on February 19th, 2017.
I wish I had a good story. I slipped or fainted, hit my chin on a heat register (based on the location of the blood splatter), and knocked myself out. I don't remember much from the day; only that it changed my life forever.
3. Post-concussion syndrome is terrible.
Webmd defines post-concussion syndrome "PCS" as "a medical problem that persists for a period of time after a head injury [usually a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury "mTBI")] has occurred. This period of time can range from weeks to months." I'll admit that I knew very little about concussions before this injury, and I am still fascinated that one hit to the head could affect me emotionally, physically, mentally, and cognitively. When you think about it though, it is…