My name is Marina Agerter and I am a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor. I sustained my TBI from a motor vehicle accident on Black Friday in 2002. I do not recall this day and I probably never will. I went through intensive inpatient and outpatient therapy, re-learning how to read, write, walk, and talk in complete sentences. I was about to complete my final semester of undergraduate studies at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities when the accident occurred. I was, after time, able to complete my studies and receive my degree in psychology. I became a TBI Support Group Facilitator in Duluth, Minnesota and I continue my group on-line on Facebook. I am blessed beyond belief and I do my best to take it one day at a time. God bless you!


Inspiration Call: write a poem that appreciates these lonely items


Originally posted on Raja's Insight:
Inspiration Call: Poetry is an act of appreciation. With our increasingly busy schedules, we lose our ability to appreciate. Poets must resist the modern temptation to overlook what holds meaning in our lives. Identify something in your surroundings—a rusted hoe draped in spider webs, an unfashionable dress abandoned by…

I want to talk about one of my favorite children’s books, “


“The Little Old Old Man Who Could Not Read,” by Irma Simonton Black, pictures by Seymour Fleishman.  The story is centered around a toy maker who just never got around to learning how to read.  He always relied on his wife. His wife has to go on a short visit and the Little Old ManContinue reading “I want to talk about one of my favorite children’s books, “”

Psh, come over here so we can talk in private. I have to tell you something.


Your GRATITUDE is showing! I have stared a “GRATITUDE JOURNAL.”  I started at thae beginning of this year, 2018, and I write 10 things in it each morning.  There are a lot of similar themes for every day, but they all deserve repeating.  It is my own free therapy session, and it is quite healing.Continue reading “Psh, come over here so we can talk in private. I have to tell you something.”