Am I the Enemyby Nathan Scot Wells
Mission Survival: Sometimes in life, things are not always how they seem. Sometimes battles we have to face don't end the way we first anticipated. One day healthy, the next, fighting for your life. Prepare for the medical roller-coaster of the year. Join Nathan Scot Wells in this personal life story of what would seem to be the end. Get ready to view the medical… See more details below
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Mission Survival: Sometimes in life, things are not always how they seem. Sometimes battles we have to face don't end the way we first anticipated. One day healthy, the next, fighting for your life. Prepare for the medical roller-coaster of the year. Join Nathan Scot Wells in this personal life story of what would seem to be the end. Get ready to view the medical world in a way you've never seen it. Sit back, begin to read and prepare for a remarkable true story.
~a note from the author~ "Pain, suffering, and distrust — together they can make an extremely dangerous combination. The scariest dangers we face are not what we face physically, but those we fight within ourselves. This is a lesson I learned much sooner than most. Human anatomy is a miraculous thing. It has the power to heal itself from the most devastating diseases, but at the same time, it has the power to eat away at our very own soul. The body is a personally operated machine. It is made up of mechanics that are far more complex than anything we as humans could create ourselves. We are the most diverse creations on Earth, yet many of us have not even begun to realize our own strengths and weaknesses. Allow me to take you through my medical journey and show you how powerful the human body can be. If we listen to our bodies, they will tell us when we are in the most dangerous situations we have ever faced."
"I saw specialist after specialist, and had test after test preformed all with the same answer “no findings”. Every time the words “no findings” would appear, my heart would sink to the lowest depths of my soul. I truly began to wonder if I was soon to see the end of my short life. The pain began to grow more excruciating. It formed itself in an encircling band around my head. One moment it was like a million knives shoved into my head at once. The next moment it was like a thousand volts of electricity were coursed through my brain. My mind was in a million places, and the thought of being so ill and not having an answer only made my faith crumble drastically."
- Nathan Scot Wells
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He my brother good good nathen
This book was written by Nathan Wells whose Dr.s' believed he was suffering from a mental illness.he fought hard to prove them wrong and I encourage everyone to read his story.An inspirational young man and I hope to see lot's more from him in the future.Go Nathan.
This book is filled with funny, emotional, and inspirational moments. The personal touch and the fact that the story is 100% true is amazing. This book could help someone who is or knows someone who may be going through a similar situation. It could save lives. I highly recommend this book!