September 23, 2011 is a date that I will never forget. I was hanging out with some of my friends for one of my close friends’ birthdays.
I am a 5 year stroke survivor. March 28 2010, I was home with my 6 year old daughter Laila.
As a business owner you are working 24/7 and that puts a lot of stress on your health but being a 42 year old man you don't actually think about it. I sure didn't until one day in February.
I was 31 and I had a 4 year old daughter. I was driving her to dance class and all of the sudden I wasn't able to see my rear view mirror. I knew something was wrong.
Hello everyone! 63 years old here, and on July 14 of 2015 I went to Wal-Mart with my 28 year old Son to buy groceries. Things were going well. I work in a newborn nursery as a full time R.N.
I am a mother, a daughter and a sister. And I am a three-year Stroke Survivor. I can remember every detail of that day in October, 2012 when I was in my closet ..
At 22 I just graduated college landed my first teaching job and began the next chapter of my life, or so I thought.
“This stroke will not break me” … this is my mantra that I repeat at each step as I train to run my first marathon, the TCS New York City marathon on November 1st, 2015.
My name is James, I had a stroke 10 years ago. I was in the hospital for 225 days and nonverbal for 3.5 months. I was sent home in a wheel chair with only the use of my non-dominant arm.
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