Here is a piece that was written by Amber, a strong woman with a TBI. She shared the following via her social media:
I am Flawsome!
I don’t have an amazing figure or a flat stomach. I’m far from being considered beautiful according to some, but I’m me. I love to eat food. I have curves. I have more fat than I should. I have scars, because I have a history. Some people love me, some like me, some hate me. I have done good. I have done bad. I go without make up and sometimes don’t get my hair done. I’m also random, hilarious, sarcastic and crazy, at times. I don’t pretend to be someone I’m not. I am a woman of substance. I am who I am, you can love me or not. I won’t change!! And if I love you, I do it with all my heart!! I make no apologies for the woman I am.
Ladies, I dare you to put this on your status and share a picture of yourself if you’re proud of who you are…..💗💓💗💓💗💓
I 💗 ME!!!
Thank you very much, Amber, for sharing this inspiring post! There are many within the TBI community who likely appreciate, are inspired, and are encouraged by these words.