Thread: My Stroke
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Old 12-07-2012, 09:22 AM   #19
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Re: My Stroke

OK, that settles it: it is time to emerge the people we really are. Tell the Boss off, for one thing, teach others a thing or two. Stand up for ourselves, speak up for ourselves, do what suits us best. How's that for a twist on stroke?

I must confess that I have this theory about stroke that evolved as I lived with my brother's strokes, his terrible suffering, and then experienced my stroke. Have compared our paths endlessly and remain so heartbroken over his 4 years of horrific suffering, wondering why we were struck this way while no-one else in our extended family was. Somehow I think there is an x-factor besides the common ones identified. My invigorated right brain (left brain injury) is driving this sort of out of the box thinking telling me not to give up. Just some brain storming.

 
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