A book like this would have given our family some much needed hope during Connie’s most critical weeks in the hospital. It should be mandatory reading for stroke family members.
– Bonnie Ferrin, twin sister
Watching my mother suffer through the pain and frustration of a stroke has been a horrible experience. However, her determination towards survival and recovery has taught me invaluable life lessons, and with each hurdle crossed, I have learned the powers of faith, hope, and believing in yourself. My mom is my hero.
– Angela Bailey, daughter
A stroke is two things:
1. The easy part, the short life or death emergency where everyone exists on fear and adrenaline.
2. The hard part, everything else! I wish I had an idea of what that was going to be like!
– Amber Livsey, daughter
Will a devastating stroke change your life forever? Yes. Will if rule your life forever? At times if feels that way, but time heals all wounds, and in time you will find a way to rule your own life again. Jenny Hughes, daughter. This book gave great insight into the trials of a stroke victim. Had my family only known beforehand that this is how it felt, we could have provided a much better support system.
– Summer Gordon, daughter
This is a book that shows how a person’s life can change in an instant.
This book shows how ordinary people who are confronted with overwhelming obstacles can triumph with a positive attitude and hard work, then become an inspiration to everyone around them.
– Steven Smith, husband