When I was 11 I was diagnosed with a rare progressive neurological disease called MoyaMoya Disease.
One morning, something was very wrong with me.
Five years ago I gave birth to my daughter.
My story starts on a softball field in 2004 at age 14. My symptoms are as followed: sick to my stomach, brain freeze, ringing in ears, ability to walk, and slurred speech.
It was the summer of 2014. My small, seasonal business was booming and our young family of four was joyously expecting a new addition.
survivor.” This is how I usually begin many of my conversation now-a-days with friends, family, and other stroke victims.
I am a therapist in Tennessee that had the fortunate (yes fortunate) experience of having a stroke. Why was it fortunate?
It was the morning of August 10 woke up and went to wash my face and was dizzy and speech was way off felt like I was on drugs and I don't drink or do drugs went to work and felt the same way all d
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