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Terrell Clima said on Jan 19, 2015 5:16 AM

I met you several years ago at a TBI walk where I was walking with my family we had Jesus got my back t shirts and you gave me one of Shea's shirt, which I still have , my husband has a brain injury and he was able to walk that walk without a walker which was awesome, we are going on ten years post TBI, and only threw things like his shunt and hyperbaric chamber and stem cells he would never of gotten to where he is today,,,, We keep Shea in our daily morning prayers along with a few other presious TBI persons, we are very curious how she is doing ? And have you tried any of the out of the box treatments? Also I hope you know how much God loves you all for all you do,,,,, much respect Terrell

shawn said on Nov 23, 2014 12:11 PM

A random stranger named max paid for our night out tonight for reasons I do not know. I thanked him numerous times...he would accept no money. I could only think of shea, paying it forward to the stranger max.

Luke Duval said on Nov 3, 2014 4:45 AM

Dear Shea, You are a true champion. Your refusal to quit and your spark for life inspires and touches all. I can't explain how amazed I am at your spirit. Draw strength from family and friends. Think of good times. Prayers are going up all around the world for you. Recovery and healing will come, it is possible. I am honored just to have learned of your story. Take heart and keep pushing. Your time will come when you will stand among the best. With God, anything is possible.

Grace said on Oct 13, 2014 4:04 AM

Hey Shea, I love you sooo so much. Keep fighting Shea and don't give up. I love you to the moon and back. I keep you in my thoughts. ~Gracie.

Shawn said on Aug 2, 2014 11:34 AM

We continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers during your recovery,....and encourage you to continue to fight.

Micah Blumberg said on Apr 7, 2014 6:42 AM

Dear Shea, I learned about you from a blog post written by my friend Angela Ronson who had an AVM Brain Bleed. I do research in neuroplasticity that's how I know Angela. We are all hoping for your recovery and I will share your story in my small online facebook & google+ groups called Neo Mind Cycle Research and Neurophysics+. There is hope. Like the journey song "Don't Stop Believing" Listen to music and possibly brainwave entrainment. Consider nootropics like oxiracetam or other nutrition that stimulates brain development. They say 528 hz sound is a healing frequency (there are free youtube videos with healing sounds) Or none of that. I'm sure you're doing enough already. I hope my suggestions do not offend. I hope for the best.

Rhonda Berry said on Dec 6, 2013 7:25 AM

Beautiful Shea, Today I was thinking about you and just wanted to send you lots of love and hugs. You don't know me but I use to get my hair cut where your Mom worked. Today I read on the Willow Glen elist about another young girl - Jessica- with a story much like yours. I got to thinking I'd like to share your story and website with them. Would that be alright? There are many loving and generous people on the WG network. You are in my heart and I wish you all the healing power in the universe to descend on to you!! Angels surround you, yes they do. Warmly, Rhonda

Prinda said on Sep 19, 2013 3:59 AM

I just read your story on the Danielle's Gift facebook page. Your story just reached out and grabbed my heart! Wishing you and your family the best of luck!!! Sending love, light and prayers your way!!!!

albert said on Jul 30, 2013 2:25 AM

Courage, Shea, the light is near ! :)

adrien lesueur said on Jul 30, 2013 2:22 AM

May you recover your health, All my blessings to you. Peace and love towards you, Shea. Compassion and joy towards you, Shea. Amen

Marie - (aka BusterMcGee) said on Jul 12, 2013 12:23 PM

Dearest Shae, Family and Friends ~ The road in front of you is very long and wondering. It will seem smooth and carefree somedays and all of a sudden in a blink of an eye, it changes on you again. There will be many hills to climb and many hurdles to overcome. Many tears have been shed and many more tears will come. Nothing will ever be like it "use to be" and then there will be "moments" when everything for just a flash of a second seem normal and then poof that flash is gone again. Your journey will have struggles and laughter, tears and terrors, wants and worries, right and wrongs, right turns and left turns (and those will happen without signals lights to tell you when it's time to turn). Some days you will just want to pull the covers over your head and hide out under the blankets all day. Go ahead, do just that - there will be other days to come out fighting to take another step and you will! I don't say these things to discourage you, on the contrary - I believe HONESTY in your recovery is one of your best friends (honesty) that will help you to know you are healing, you are getting better, you are loved and cared for and challenged to take the next step - what ever that is for you and your family. See EVERY Brain Injury is different, don't let anyone put you into a "mold" that says this or that has to work for you. Use your own judgement, your families observations and judgement, their love for you and their knowledge of you personally to help guide you thru the process of healing. If you try something and it isn't working for you, chuck that stone off your path and keep trying - there might be another stone to turn over and that one might just be the key that helps you with another challenge you have. If it works for you GREAT, and if doesn't to sweat the small stuff, change it up, bend it, mold it into what works for your recovery and your family. There is NO right or wrong here - there are choices to make and course corrections as the wind blows your sail. It will get discouraging and that's when sometimes you just pull your sail in and snuggle in with your family friends and loved ones and hang on for just one more day and hopefully the wind will be gentle tomorrow and you can put your sail back up and travel on gently forward to the next thing that works for you! ....I say these things to you with gentleness and love as I am a TBI survivor and slowly becoming a TBI THRIVER. My course has not been easy and I've pulled my sail down many times when the winds got ugly. Not everything that the doctors, nurses and therapists worked for me, my brain injury and healing process was different just as it will be for you. Baby steps all the way. It is a struggle and it's hard. Hard for you and days you won't be able to get anyone to understand how you feel or what you need and days your family will just sit down, put their head in their hands weep! remember that with tears comes a release so that they (and you) have the strength to start another day tomorrow. It's not going to happen over night and nothing will ever be perfect again, take it in baby steps, hold on tight to those that love you and support you. That goes for both you the patient (the one with brain injury) and for those who love you every single day, you need support from those that love you too. The journey is long and sometimes very difficult, but guess what a little tidbit from me - it's all worth it! You are all very blessed to have another day. It is worth the fight, the struggles and the course corrections. BE your own best advocate. Don't take every word the doctors, nurses, and therapists say as the golden rule, because the brain you have is different than any other, it will heal differently and it thinks differently than any other out there. and it's okay to ASK QUESTIONS. Get another opinion, say okay I like part of what you suggest and parts of it don't work for us - change what you need to for YOU! Only You and Your family and loved ones can advocate for you specifically, let them, allow yourself the choice to say YES or NO. This will only work and get better for you if you are your own advocate for healing and get ready for the ride of a lifetime, because it is just that a lifetime of changes, challenges, smiles, and successes. You or your family are welcome to contact me, ask questions, ask for prayer or just need someone who understands to vent with! Blessings to yu and your family on your new journey. I hope the waters are calm and the wind gently pushes you to good health and to be exactly what you want to be - YOURSELF! with Love and the greatest respect. Marie ;)

Greg said on Jul 11, 2013 12:07 PM

Best wishes lil one and peace of mind! My younger brother is going through a rough patch, he has a severe TBI as well!

Robert Shisler said on Jun 30, 2013 2:50 PM

Something to look forward to! I intend to do this in the summer of 2014, for Shea. My wife Jenna has been healed of her 2004 brain injury, and is now in the process of becoming 100% restored through a lot of hard work, hope, and above everything else, faith. Stay tuned!! I wont be riding a bike, but we will be trailering two adult trikes and a kid's bike behind our car! :)

Robert Shisler said on Jun 17, 2013 10:36 PM

Godspeed, Shea. May God bless you and keep you. He is with you. Be healed.

Michelle Bowen said on May 7, 2013 0:57 AM

Today is a special day, your 18th Birthday. I wish for your birthday, good health and for you to continue to be strong and fight this battle. You are such a beautiful girl and we miss your smiling face. Keep fighting girl. I love you <3 Happy Birthday Shea♥

Michelle said on Apr 23, 2013 10:23 AM

Hi Shea my best friend was in a horrible car accident on July 30,2010. Her and her friend were on their way to a local fast food restaurant when a drunk driver who was 3x the legal limit and going 90 mph hit her car causing it to flip numerous times and land in a field upside down. It took 2 1/2 hours to get help. My friend was in a coma for 47 days and suffered a TBI as well. She slowly came out of her coma and had to relearn how to swallow,talk, walk but she is a fighter and is almost to the point of being able to walk on her own. Just remember don't give up. It will be a long time before you are able to do a lot of things and it will be frustrating and disappointing be stay strong and I know you will be able to get your life back. You might be more frustrated depending on what part of your brain was injured but just remember don't get angry with the people who are trying to help you. My friend has a caringbridge and carepage account just let me know if you are interested and i can send you a link. e-mail address is [email protected]

Alissa said on Apr 13, 2013 11:35 PM

I have never met you, but I send my sincerest thoughts as prayers for you and your family. You are a strong young woman with so much left to give, so keep fighting. There are so many people out there rooting for you and praying for you.

Todd Daniels said on Mar 19, 2013 12:31 PM

Miracle recoveries do happen.7 years ago I was hit in the head with an axe during an assault. The tbi and stroke that followed left me a hemiplegic with very little use of my side but I am living fully independent today. I can walk, have my apartment, can drive, date frequently etc. All after the doctors said I would never live outside of a nursing home or ever walk again. stay strong and keep working hard and things can be better than you ever imagined.

Megan Gallagher said on Feb 19, 2013 3:15 AM

Sending you and your family love and strength from the other side of the country. xoxo

ANTOINETTE ALTAMURA said on Nov 28, 2012 3:47 AM


Tracey Anne Miller said on Nov 8, 2012 6:47 AM

My heart is with Shea and her family and friends as they journey the road of recovery together. It is through the love of family and friends that is the greatest healer of all. We are all in this together as we are our brothers and sisters keeper as stated in Genesis. May you all be surrounded in loving "light' from the Divine with healing! Miracles do happen!

Coni Coleman said on Oct 17, 2012 9:33 AM

I can honestly say that my heart breaks for your family and you. My 25 year old son was in a longboard accident and his roommate took him home and put him to bed. He had to have a portion of his brain removed and is working very hard to relearn things and to be able to control himself. This is a journey and all that know you travel it with you. It looks like you have a great support group and they can all hardly wait to meet you . Always move forward even if it is baby steps. You now hjoin my son in my prayers.

Second Avenue United Methodist Church said on Sep 19, 2012 1:57 AM

Shea, our 2020 Vision Committee has selected you as a recipient of a donation from our Capital campaign. However, when I tried to use my credit card to make the donation it would not allow me to. Please email me at the above email and tell me how I could possibly send a check. In the meantime, please know the people of Second Ave UMC in Altoona PA are praying for your recovery.

Richard Lee Davis said on Sep 18, 2012 3:22 AM

Hello Shea, My name is Richard, and My TWIN BROTHER Eddie and I Heard about Your Situation yesterday while visiting an antique shop in San Jose. Now I cant Seem to get you out of my mind...Ive been Praying for you all night just as I know so many others Have been doing for you. NEVER GIVE UP!!!!! Has always been My MOTTO, and I live by it.....You are sooo Young and Have soo much to look foreward to, A whole Lifetime of Love, Laughter and Friendships, andIt all starts with Family and The Thousands of Unknown faces of Friends who are praying for you....1st Corrinthians 13:7 summs it all Up It is the chapter of LOVE , and Believing in yourself.....and in the Hearts and Minds of those who believe in you. Shea its time to Give back the Love that so many are giving to you and Get well soon! We would all like to know that Your SMILE is Back as well as the Person you are in your heart......With this I send My Love and Prayers for a full and Fast Recovery.....,A Friend Richard

Addison Jones said on Sep 3, 2012 3:56 PM

Shea, I've gotten very close to your sister Alea, I love her too death and I know I have not gotten the chance to see your beautiful face I know I will get to soon, you are the strongest girl in this town. I cannot immagine what you're going through. It breaks my heart knowing what happened but knowing your progress is truly amazing. I cannot explain enough how much of a mentor you are to me, you are an amazing girl and I cannot wait to see you soon. Please keep doing what you've been doing<3 I love you Shea! Xoxo Addi

Tawnya Padilla said on Aug 24, 2012 11:07 PM

Hi Shea, You are a beautiful young lady. I know that you are trying every day. I am so happy that you are surrounded by your family and friends at this time. Don't give up, it takes time. My injury was 4 years ago on August 26, 2008. Love heals. I will be praying for you. I am proud of you:) Love, Tawnya Padilla in Tacoma, Wa

CIndy said on Aug 23, 2012 10:07 AM

HI! Praying for you here in the Altoona PA area. May God give you and your family the strength to carry on your journey!

Cindy said on Aug 9, 2012 11:42 AM

God Bless Shea and her family! Another miracle in progress! GO SHEA! husband's 3rd anniversary is today, after an assault and sustained severe TBI..he will never be the same but like Shea he has fought ever step of the way....Never give up!

Anita Ickes said on Aug 1, 2012 9:12 PM

SHEA!!!!! We are having a fundraiser for you August 25, 2012 here in Altoona PA. We would love to be able to tell great stories about your progress during that benefit for you - so do something WONDERFUL, and we will share it with the world. <3 love to you

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