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EP 7: Takeaways - The Long Road To Recovery After A Serious Car Accident

Clarke shares his key takeaways from the recent podcast conversation about a married couple's long road to recovery after a serious car accident.

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Hi, and welcome back to catastrophic comeback, I wanted to talk to you for a few minutes about my three takeaways from my conversation with Dan and Sarah, if you'll remember, they had been through a really tragic accident that caused some permanent cognitive impairment and that kind of thing. And it really had a negative impact on their minds and body, particularly Sarah. And the first thing is, she said, There's no way to sugarcoat it, there's going to be times that are difficult, there's going to be times that are, that are challenging, where you're going to want to quit and give up and, and it's just some things that are horrible. And what she said was, that, during those times, you, you can lean on other people. Now, anybody can watch this, or listen to this video, or listen to this audio, and realize that they are really lucky to have this really wonderful relationship with each other, where they really sort of support each other and stick up for each other and fight for each other and take care of each other. And that's, and that is, I think, a really compelling piece of this. Content. But you know, she also said that it doesn't necessarily have to be your boyfriend, your girlfriend, your spouse, it can be a family, it can be a friend, it can be a family member, a friend, it can be She also mentioned it can be pets, and she talked about how much they, how much joy and enjoyment they get from their relationships with their pets. And I thought that was interesting. She also said and in dance said also the importance of don't stop, never give up. You know, you're going to you're going to go through struggles, you're going to have downs. But the important thing is to keep on keeping on and doing the things that you need to do to find yourself sources of strength and sources of motivation. The third thing that I thought was fascinating about what they said was some of the different things that they found were sources of motivation. For example, of course, they talked about their people and their pets, but they also mentioned music and movies. And if you remember, they talked about they both like, you know, Allison chains, and I think horror movies and those kinds of things. And and and they just say it's a way to connect. Well, the first thing is, is this a way to take their mind off of and relax and, and do something that they like to do together. But it's also a way to music can be a way in our movies can be a way to connect with other people who might be going through something similar and and we see that over and over and over again with people who are dealing with some kind of tragedy going through some kind of catastrophic situation where the connection with other people can be really helpful, healing and therapeutic. So hope you enjoyed your my conversation with Dan and Sarah as much as I did. And thank you for joining us.

Transcript

Hi, and welcome back to catastrophic comeback, I wanted to talk to you for a few minutes about my three takeaways from my conversation with Dan and Sarah, if you'll remember, they had been through a really tragic accident that caused some permanent cognitive impairment and that kind of thing. And it really had a negative impact on their minds and body, particularly Sarah. And the first thing is, she said, There's no way to sugarcoat it, there's going to be times that are difficult, there's going to be times that are, that are challenging, where you're going to want to quit and give up and, and it's just some things that are horrible. And what she said was, that, during those times, you, you can lean on other people. Now, anybody can watch this, or listen to this video, or listen to this audio, and realize that they are really lucky to have this really wonderful relationship with each other, where they really sort of support each other and stick up for each other and fight for each other and take care of each other. And that's, and that is, I think, a really compelling piece of this. Content. But you know, she also said that it doesn't necessarily have to be your boyfriend, your girlfriend, your spouse, it can be a family, it can be a friend, it can be a family member, a friend, it can be She also mentioned it can be pets, and she talked about how much they, how much joy and enjoyment they get from their relationships with their pets. And I thought that was interesting. She also said and in dance said also the importance of don't stop, never give up. You know, you're going to you're going to go through struggles, you're going to have downs. But the important thing is to keep on keeping on and doing the things that you need to do to find yourself sources of strength and sources of motivation. The third thing that I thought was fascinating about what they said was some of the different things that they found were sources of motivation. For example, of course, they talked about their people and their pets, but they also mentioned music and movies. And if you remember, they talked about they both like, you know, Allison chains, and I think horror movies and those kinds of things. And and and they just say it's a way to connect. Well, the first thing is, is this a way to take their mind off of and relax and, and do something that they like to do together. But it's also a way to music can be a way in our movies can be a way to connect with other people who might be going through something similar and and we see that over and over and over again with people who are dealing with some kind of tragedy going through some kind of catastrophic situation where the connection with other people can be really helpful, healing and therapeutic. So hope you enjoyed your my conversation with Dan and Sarah as much as I did. And thank you for joining us.

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