Firsthand accounts from individuals who have experienced PBA.

Whether you have Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA) or care about someone who does, taking the time to share your personal story can make a profound difference to another. Join us by engaging with others facing PBA on the by reading one of the stories below.

A note with reminders stuck on a refrigerator door.

We really do need each other.

People say that New York City is the city that never sleeps, and I couldn’t...
A photo of Ned Vickers running in a marathon

I’m not one to give up.

Having significant PsuedoBulbar Affect (PBA) for many years after sustaining multiple traumatic brain injuries (TBIs),...

It’s hard work, this new life.

I am a sixty-seven-year-old woman, a mother to three grown children. I have been married...
A portrait of Sara Evelyne

Sending each of you all the love in the world.

Becoming a traumatic brain injury survivor meant embracing the possibilities that existed within myself and...