Esther Lovett's Post-Concussion Syndrome Blog

Posted: 8/27/18

Age: 18

Esther Lovett PCS

Esther Lovett is an 18-year-old college student who has suffered three diagnosed concussions and struggles with Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS).  After she was forced to retire from soccer and miss her junior year of high school due to her PCS, Esther began writing a blog for the Concussion Legacy Foundation to help spread awareness about the effects of PCS and to reach others suffering with its pervasive symptoms. Below are links to all of Esther's content covering her experiences living with PCS.

08/27/18: Video Blog: Esther Goes to College

02/26/18: On Pledging My Brain To Science

11/15/17: Resilience Award: Two Teens Fight Post-Concussion Syndrome

10/1/17: The Worst is Far Behind Me

8/1/17: Ask Esther Mailbag: PCS Questions, Part 1

3/21/17: What I've Learned and Gained from PCS

2/7/17: Adapting to Daily Life with Post-Concussion Syndrome

11/23/16: What You Don't Want to Hear While Battling PCS

8/8/16: Post-Concussion: Friendship Redefined

7/7/16: What Can You Do to Help Spread Awareness?

5/31/16: Post-Soccer: Acknowledge Losses and Embrace Challenges

4/25/16: Esther Lovett: My Story and My Legacy



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