66 Career Tips for the Brain injured and Mentally ill, including PTSD
This ebook is a free download for those who would like to evaluate if they can do more and how much time and energy that may take.
Guide to a Living Wage for the Brain injured and Mentally ill, including PTSD
This one ebook alone can change whole lives. There are two games, making money and keeping it. Many get stuck on the ability to earn income. This doesn't matter half as much as...
Living beneath your means and saving some of what you earn - to learn how to keep it. Debts can be gone in 5 - 7 years and gains can come quickly in parallel.
Caregivers Guide to Maxing Out Their Potential, for Caregivers of the Brain injured and Mentally ill, including PTSD
We never knew how far Kurt could go if he tried. He is making up for lost time in this ebook that describes how his support group and he made could, despite the odds.
If you never try you'll never know. How to you engage your charge to ensure she or he puts in the effort long enough to succeed? We'll answer that.
Tremendous Hope: My Mental Illness Conquering Story
Kurt Killen has had mental illness and brain injuries for the last 30 years. Managing that and finding suitable work was a constant ongoing battle for him both inside and out.
His first attempt at working was to write his book; Tremendous Hope about the recovery process. It's a perfect read for those in need of some guidance from the hospital bed to being able to work again.
People miss so much in the high paced content feeds we read nowadays. To get what Kurt teaches you need to slow down; reevaluate, reflect and recover. The commentary on this poetry clarifies what moving forward feels like.
Broken Reflections of how Kurt transformed his brain from chaos to order.