Our expert says:
I don't think I'm hearing all the story. A close friend ( how close, one wonders ? ) has been in an accident and is recovering from a traumatic brain injury ( how severe was the brain injury ? ). In broad general terms, of course one would keep contact with a friend who has been experiencing misfortune. But "His family seels I should not do so often" This hints at more going on. Do the family perhaps feel that you have become more emotionally involved than is useful for your friend ? TBI can affect people differently --- is the person perhaps upset or agitated by your visits, and more dificult to assist after you have visited ? If so, their request would make good sense. Is this perhaps the advice of the doc caring for your friend ? Are you, perhaps, more anxious to see your friend just now, than your friend is anxious to see you ?
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