“Don’t Leave Me This Way: Or When I Get Back On My Feet You’ll Be Sorry” by Julia Fox Garrison

dontleavemeAn inspiring and entertaining account of Julia’s recovery from stroke. Although she did not experience aphasia, her tales of her recovery are universal. From her determination to get herself into a wheelchair so she could always find a parking spot (and eventually get herself out of the wheelchair) to her wisecracks about Nurse Doom and Dr. Jerk, she reminds the medical community that there is a human being inside very patient. You will laugh out loud and cheer for Julia as she recounts the steps to her recovery.

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