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I bought this book because, like Gail, I have struggled with phy
I bought this book because, like Gail, I have struggled with physical limitations. (In the past 25 years I have hadWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
ten procedures on my right knee, including a knee replacement done wrong and a revision surgery that was
supposed to correct that.) I was hoping for insight into the recovery process and was not disappointed. I wish I
had read this book earlier in my recovery because it might have made it easier for me to relinquish my hopes for
perfection and to deal with, even rejoice in, reality. It is uplifting. If Gail can conquer her limitations, we can too.
Gail writes really well, and I could identify with her love for her dog Tula because I have a dog I adore, too. I
would recommend this book for anyone facing a joint replacement or major surgery.