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Weird Wonderful Brain

About the blogger

Weird Wonderful Brain is a blog written by Veronique Theberge. Veronique is an encephalitis and acquired brain injury survivor who provides an honest insight into the challenges linked to living with a brain injury. She is a strong advocate for people living with invisible disabilities and mental health challenges.

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Brain injury setbacks

What can trigger a brain injury setback or a flare of symptoms? Do we always have control over a setback? What learnings can a setback provide?

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In the February newsletter, I share a bit of information around World Encephalitis Day (WED) which takes place on February 22nd. Make sure to watch the Attitude episode linked to this.


I talk about my guest appearance on Post Concussion Inc Podcast and I talk about something that has been relevant to me which is having to adjust to new routines.

I've recently been a guest on the post concussion podcast. In episode 91, Bella and I discuss all things encephalitis, the multiple cross-overs between the various types of brain injury and how our mental health can greatly be affected following brain injury. 

The episode was released just in time for World Encephalitis Day too.  Thanks Bella!

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This is something I've been wanting to set up for a little while. There are many online brain injury support groups, but I hope you find value in sharing and hearing from people who have chosen to join this brain injury community.

Looking forward to chatting online with you!

Latest Blogs

Honest, Descriptive Writing About Health Challenges 

Featured are two of the latest Weird Wonderful Brain blogs. There are a lot more blogs available for you to browse through. In the hope of making things easy, you will find sub-categories on the blog page so can filter by blog topic. If you can't find a topic that is of particular interest to you, please contact me and I'd love to discuss how I could help bring your ideas to life.


Thank you this is awesome, makes me feel not alone

Thank you so much for the blog. It's so very king of you to share your thoughts and feelings. Everything you say strikes a cord with me.

I felt I was reading about my own experience, thank you for sharing.



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