Edited and verified by his mother Vickie Sayles I talked a lot in the past about losing your mind versus losing your body. In my life I have successfully won the fight in regaining control of my mind on two different occasions. My fight was mostly won through medications. The other portion consisted of the […]Read More Adam Sayles: The Past, Present, and Future of Life With a Traumatic Brain Injury. How He is Defying the Odds.
I remember during that first year going through a McDonald’s drive-through and wishing I could trade places with the cashier. I would have traded places with anyone. I saw my circumstances as unfavorable. I would have told anybody that was able-bodied, “at least you’re not me.” I had yet to adapt to my situation. Every […]Read More Adapt
I dare to be different. I dare to be vulnerable. I’m not hiding. This is me and this is who I am and this is my story. I do not want to be invisible. You would think by sharing some mistakes that I’ve made that people would say shame on you, but it’s the opposite. […]Read More Dare to Be Different