Stranger In The Mirror: A True Story of Stroke Survival and Transformation written with Insight, Compassion and Humor for Brain Injury Survivors and Their Families
A man's character is revealed by his actions. Author Michael Little suffered a near-fatal brain hemorrhage, which left him unable to speak intelligibly, crippled, blind, and senseless. Michael refused to be defined by his injury, choosing instead to let his struggle and recovery speak for him.... show more
A man's character is revealed by his actions. Author Michael Little suffered a near-fatal brain hemorrhage, which left him unable to speak intelligibly, crippled, blind, and senseless. Michael refused to be defined by his injury, choosing instead to let his struggle and recovery speak for him. Stranger in the Mirror is the story of one man's journey through his dark night of soul to enlightenment. Michael shows us that our lives are full of choices and our limitations are often self-imposed. Facing tragedy with humor, grit and grace, Michael found redemption. In writing this remarkable book, he shows the way for all of us, to reassess and redirect our lives in a more positive meaningful direction. Stranger in the Mirror is a highly literate book that may send some readers scrambling for their dictionary. The author isn't showing off, but he is careful to use the words he means, and mean what he writes. This joyous book is a dazzling tour de force, filled with humor and wisdom. It is sure to inspire courage and bring hope to stroke and brain injured survivors and their families. Michael shows all of us we, too, can have the happy ending we deserve. This powerful book will lift you to new heights where the air is thinner. This is the owner's manual stroke and brain injury survivors need. Brain injury needn't be the end. It can be a beginning. More than half this wonderful book is of a medical nature; what families and survivors should know to help them move forward. The balance focuses on the author's struggles, his blunders, and his insights into a brain damaged world. "The author should be immensely proud. This book is good medicine. You'll laugh out loud!" said author Mark Twain.
Publish date: 2006-02-16
Pages no: 216
Edition language: English