At Post50, the sex might be about how you're not getting it, the drugs might be about Viagra, the rock might be about the knots in your neck and the roll about that extra weight around your midsection.
When you're thrust into the caregiver role unexpectedly, it can be truly devastating, particularly when your loved one is experiencing chronic pain, a condition that affects a whopping 53 million Americans.
Lee Woodruff -- wife of ABC's Bob Woodruff, who also suffered a traumatic brain injury -- has movingly detailed the complexities of a very public injury and how the attending anger, grief and critical need for privacy impact the family.
Lee Woodruff's second book, Perfectly Imperfect: A Life in Progress, hits shelves today. In between dropping off birthday cupcakes at her kids' school and her impending book tour, she talked shop with HuffPost.
The odd juxtaposition between Bob's near-death blast from a roadside bomb and his subsequent recovery against a Mom's simple fall on a bunny slope resulting in death is the very thing that makes brain injury so hard to comprehend.
Tucker Carlson: "Two words: Ron Paul. It'd be a boring year otherwise." Jeffrey Toobin: "I always give thanks for Judith Regan." Aaron Brown: "Not once last year did I have to say Paris Hilton or Anna Nicole Smith."