They do not care what gender, age or ethnicity you are.
The next person we spoke to was called Adrian from Headway North West London, who experienced his brain injury at the tender age of just 14.
This just stunned me.
The innocence of his age was truly showcased by the fact he was struck down by it while doing his paper round.
He touches upon a great point, which was - when already going through the difficulties of studying for his GCSEs - he then struggled with the most basic of maths problems.
This really brought home to me the innocence of his age in which he suffered such a life-changing event - and all in a way which was hidden away from the eyes of the world!
So I truly take my hat off to him for coming out of the other side of it at such a young age.
He also goes into another hidden consequence of brain injury: epilepsy.
He - interestingly - describes what it is like to suffer a seizure itself, which is terrifying - believe me! Just ask my wonderful wife!
What was incredibly inspirational though, was he said since his brain injury, he had had two children, which gives many of us who have suffered a brain injury, hope we can take on - and overcome - such a huge thing as becoming a parent, as well as a brain injury.
It is hard enough to do without a brain injury - let alone with one - so a huge well done to him!
He also gave some great advice which was to ‘push yourself, but be realistic with your goals’ because he admits he pushed himself too hard at times, which I think we can all identify with!
He also revealed his brain injury caused him to suffer from depression and anxiety, which caused his brain to then slow down meaning he could not work so well.
It is really interesting listen, hope you enjoy.
Headway North West London