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Putting Back the Pieces: My Journey Through Traumatic Brain Injury

Putting Back the Pieces: My Journey Through Traumatic Brain Injury

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Lunghezza: 200 pagine2 ore

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“Putting Back the Pieces” by this New Zealand author is two books in one. Book One, “Who Am I?” was started in 2007 and published in hardcover in 2009. It covers the first two and a half years after a motor vehicle accident which left the author with multiple broken bones and the complications of a severe traumatic brain injury.

It is the story of a life dramatically changed in many, many ways. It is a story of struggle and triumph, of frustration and wonder, of confusion and uncertainty, and a story of hope.

Book Two, “Seeing the Glass as Half Full” began to filter through before the first one was finished. The author's life took twists and turns that she could never have foreseen. However, all that has come out of it has been invaluable learning, which the author hopes, when shared with others ,may help them understand the complexities of brain injury.

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Putting Back the Pieces: My Journey Through Traumatic Brain Injury

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Informazioni sul libro

Putting Back the Pieces: My Journey Through Traumatic Brain Injury

Lunghezza: 200 pagine2 ore

Descrizione

“Putting Back the Pieces” by this New Zealand author is two books in one. Book One, “Who Am I?” was started in 2007 and published in hardcover in 2009. It covers the first two and a half years after a motor vehicle accident which left the author with multiple broken bones and the complications of a severe traumatic brain injury.

It is the story of a life dramatically changed in many, many ways. It is a story of struggle and triumph, of frustration and wonder, of confusion and uncertainty, and a story of hope.

Book Two, “Seeing the Glass as Half Full” began to filter through before the first one was finished. The author's life took twists and turns that she could never have foreseen. However, all that has come out of it has been invaluable learning, which the author hopes, when shared with others ,may help them understand the complexities of brain injury.

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