Depression Following Aneurysm

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Depression Following a Brain Aneurysm by Stanley J. Berman, PhD Some patients will experience depression following a brain aneurysm. This is certainly understandable when you consider all the temporary and possibly permanent changes patients may face. Many patients report multiple losses and fears, including: a loss of trust and fears about the integrity of one’s body, …

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Perspective of a Partner

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It happened so quickly. The worse headache of Karen’s life followed by vomiting then tingling in the arms. I didn’t call 911. I drove my partner to the hospital in our car. When we arrived she went unconscious and I would not see her beautiful brown eyes for 6 weeks. Karen suffered a level 5+ …

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You are the Champions

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Another awareness month gone by, year-end initiatives around the corner, and 2017 looming with much work to be done for the disease of brain aneurysms. As always the Brain Aneurysm Foundation is ever thankful to all of our supporters in whatever capacity your support may come. Each of you plays a role in all of …

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