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madonna #6. If you or someone you love may be affected by (traumatic brain injury), get evaluated and have a game plan. Too many people try to tough it out or ignore the symptoms and it ends up causing more damage in the long run. ERIC MADDEN, author of "Blazing Trails: Living With TBI," available at Here are some articles that may provide more insights and information: 1. "Understanding and Coping With a Traumatic Brain Injury" - from CNN Health 2. "Six Things You Should Know About Traumatic Brain Injuries" - from NPR 3. "Traumatic Brain Injury Fact Sheet" - from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 4. "7 Signs You May Have a Traumatic Brain Injury" - from the Brain Injury Association of America 5. "Madonna Opens Up About Daughter's Battle With Traumatic Brain Injury" - from People Magazine Remember, seeking help and support is not a sign of weakness. It takes strength and courage to address and manage a challenging situation. Don't hesitate to reach out for support and follow the guidance of medical professionals.