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Lost And Found: Recovering Your Spirit After a Concussion
- Lu par : Elizabeth Peirce
- Durée : 2 h et 49 min
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For years, Elizabeth Peirce struggled to put her life back together after a concussion. She searched for stories of real people recovering from head injuries and came up empty. This experience prompted her to write a book that would help others. Interwoven are the stories and voices of other concussion survivors and the health professionals who treat them. Combining five years of research and her own personal experience of this debilitating injury, this book recognizes and honours the mysteries of the brain and the strength of the human spirit in the face of adversity. It offers comfort and reassurance through practical suggestions and self-help techniques in language that is accessible to the lay listener. A toolkit of empowering self-care strategies, this book will activate the innate healing potential of a concussion survivor.
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- M. Clark
Great resource but needs a .pdf!
I’ve read a lot of books about brain injury, and most are not very good, so I was pleasantly surprised by this book. It’s well written and packed with helpful tips and resources. Unfortunately, it has no accompanying .pdf, which means if I want to utilize any of the recommended resources, I’m gonna have to re-listen to the whole thing and stop to write stuff down all the way through. So frustrating. If they would include a PDF, I would definitely give it five stars. Way better than the average brain injury book.