One weekend in the fall of 2010, I was a woman engaged in a full time career, my family and the challenges of daily life. Then over what should have been a normal day, my life radically changed.
I had a stroke on May 20,2012.
Everything happened so quickly. One minute I was outside having coffee, and prayers then all of the sudden I felt a pop in my head. I called for my son to come quick. My head started to hurt.
At th age of 33, I was a wife to a beloved husband and mother of two beautiful young children. I was submerged in my profession as a paralegal. I was training with my husband for my first half ma
my stroke occurred in April of2009.I am currently working again and have returned to most of my prestroke level of
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