A SCARY MOMENT NOT ONLY FOR ME BUT FOR MY FAMILY OCTOBER 16 OF 2009 .WENT TO MY GIRL FRIENDS HOUSE I REMEMBER IT WAS A COLD NIGHT I WAS INSTALLING KITCHEN CABINETS.MY FRIEND WAS BY MY SIDE WHEN THA
A STROKE? SO WHAT? BY MARCUS E. ROSENLEHNER, APRIL 2009 "What shall I wear today? Yes, the blue suit," I thought before stepping into the bathtub to take my morning shower.
I was a caregiver to my husband who survived several strokes. He modeled calmness in the face of pain, and showed us what is important love, relationship. Following are excerpts from my diary.
Prior to my stroke, I was a full-time university professor, and had a successful medical research consulting practice.
I am a medically retired forensic/clinical scientist who volunteers with my dog as a therapy dog team visiting brain injury and oncology unit children.
Our lives have changed and has given me a wake up call on how life is so precious. Being the spouse of a stroke survivor is not any easier than being the individual affected.
In September 2005, I suffered a massive brain hemorrhage, a hemorrhagic stroke.
I suffered a Cavernous Malformation hemorrhage in May of 2010 and had emergency surgery the next day and have not been the same since...
I had my stroke 5 years ago (January 17, 2006) while teaching in my classroom. I have been a special education teacher for 18+ years.
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