This book is a terrific resource for those suffering from traumatic brain injury and their family members and friends. Amy speaks from experience and bravely shares her struggles and what is helpful to her from others. Our family has someone who has suffered from a traumatic brain injury. Amy points out how no two traumatic brain injuries are alike, but just as individual as snowflakes. This book will help us in communicating with and supporting our family member. Since a TBI can seem like an "invisible injury" to others, it is helpful to know some exhibiting signs when out in public. With this information we can possibly recognize someone struggling and be more compassionate. This is a great read and information. I'm sharing it with my family member and their significant other.