http://chadfrancour.podbean.com/e/my-third-podcast-1434919369/?token=b6b2ac3dced0ef8843a16584c51ec860 In my third podcast I will cover the possible effects of a brain injury. So let us get started: Memory Impaired memory is one of the universal problems of people with head injury. Calendar: Keeping track of important dates, project due dates, and events. Clear thoughts Jot down EVERYTHING A sense of accomplishment Headaches […]
My second podcast
http://chadfrancour.podbean.com/e/my-second-podcast-1429320180/?token=583bb0f848c55332fbf91ba18e2cc3eb In my second podcast I would like to cover why a dog(s) can be a traumatic brain injuries person’s best friend. As my audience may know but, if not, that is alright I own two labradoodles named Mali and Bella. So let us get started; Reasons why I love UNCONDITIONALLY my two dogs […]
Whatever happened to, “I love you?”
Whatever happened to, “I love you?” This post is about the statement I love you. I have noticed that is rarely or if ever used in today’s culture. Why is that? Is it because I or you are not loved? Maybe, it is because that person thinks that it is implied that he or she […]
Chapter 8 – What now?
Chapter 8 is going to be focused on the problems that face every day beyond my physical well-being. I talk about the chemistry within my family, day to day interactions, various programs that help me, and Social Security: all of which would be very good to know what to expect and the procedures to follow in doing […]
My first podcast
http://chadfrancour.podbean.com/e/my-first-podcast-1427674528/ Here are the notes for my first podcast: In my first podcast I would just like to introduce myself, say why I created my website, and the frequency at which to expect more podcasts. So let us get started; I suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) on January 28, 2004 by getting hit by […]
A very powerful video!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ML3qYHWRIZk I thought this video would make people think because American people including myself did not fight to be a great country. I ask this question then how are we ever going to change the nation? Live everyday like it was your last, Chad Francour
Ecstatic news about stem cell research
Some exciting discussions I had with many medical professionals university professors. The new medical break through in treating traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries is stem cell research. The problem is certain individuals have made laws against this kind of scientific exploration who DO NOT suffer from or live with these horrendous ailments everyday. I […]
Monday, May 10, 2004 A post I wrote on May 10, 2004. There has not been a day that does by that I do not ask the difficult question “WHY ME?” The hardest thing to deal with was the healing process of the brain. My parents and the doctors keep telling me that it takes […]
Stereotypes and Prejudices
Some theorists say that stereotypes and prejudices are inevitable, others say they are malleable,while, cognitive theorists say stereotypes are unavoidable. They say stereotypes serve as a generalization about a group that focuses on some attribute. With that being said, it is human nature to categorize someone based on certain trait(s) making the complex world easier […]
Psychology of Stereotyping and Prejudice presentation at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
A presentation my fellow classmates and myself did in the spring of 2012. The class was called Psychology of Stereotyping and Prejudice. I am the one in a green shirt.