Kelly Bouldin Darmofal on recovering from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Twenty-three years ago, Kelly Bouldin Darmofal was grievously injured when a routine trip to Burger King resulted in a car colliding with a telephone pole.  Her traumatic brain injury (TBI) resulted in a coma and severe learning disabilities which she eventually overcame through perseverance, re-education, and of course the love from her family and friends.  Follow her amazing journey in her new memoir LOST IN MY MIND from Modern History Press.  Also, visit the author’s website for more interviews, links, and details.

“Kelly Bouldin Darmofal’s account is unique, yet widely applicable: she teaches any who have suffered TBI—and all who love, care for, and teach them–insights that are not only novel but revolutionary. The book is not simply worth reading; it is necessary reading for patients, poets, professors, preachers, and teachers.”
— Dr. Frank Balch Wood, Professor Emeritus of Neurology-Neuropsychology, Wake Forest School of Medicine

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