Metamorphosis, Surviving Brain Injuryby David Grant
It is a story about the ability to overcome insurmountable
At first glance, you might be tempted to think this is simply a book about recovering from a traumatic life experience, but it is so much more. A real-life tale with unexpected twists and turns, chance meetings that will inspire and amaze you, it is the story of true triumph and victory of the human spirit.
It is a story about the ability to overcome insurmountable odds with dignity and tenacity and a splash of humor. Survivors and medical professionals alike will better understand what life is like after sustaining a traumatic brain injury.
No matter what your current life circumstances may be, you'll come away with the feeling of hope... hope for the future and hope in the genuine goodness of humanity.
Often truth is indeed stranger than fiction. You'll read about his triumphs over seemingly insurmountable situations, share in heartbreak and perhaps learn a little about yourself along the way.
It is a tale of true victory of the human spirit. David's brain injury has cost him a lot, but he still retains the gift of adding richly textured and meaningful words to life experiences. By reading Metamorphosis, Surviving Brain Injury, you'll come away with a real feel about what life is like living with a TBI.
For any reader wanting to understand one man's experiences as a result of this injury, I heartily recommend this book. And I celebrate the special mix of intelligence, courage, and talent that allowed the author to share such a remarkable journey.
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Meet the Author
Internationally published author and Chicken Soup for the Soul contributing writer David A. Grant has a passion for advocating for those impacted by traumatic brain injury.
A survivor of a harrowing 2010 cycling accident, David openly and transparently shares his experiences as a brain injury survivor. His keynote presentations and widely distributed body of work have made David an emerging voice in the TBI community.
From his weekly brain injury blog to his recent publication of TBI Hope and Inspiration Magazine, David's words are now echoing worldwide, offering a beacon of hope to those in need.
David and his wife Sarah live in Southern Hampshire.
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This fills a missing link in the medical community's assistance in dealing with Traumatic Brain Injury. The honesty in David Grant's portrayal of his experiences may give a bone chilling insight into an epidemic in the US today. We have talked to David about our son's TBI following a serious car accident. He is doing his part to help family and friends understand a loved one 's actions and feelings following a TBI. We have purchased 5 copies to give family and friends . The book is easy to read, printed as to assist an individual with brain trauma to read. It Is surprisingly entertaining reading due to David Grant's unfailing optimism and sense of humor. Bless him! This is a good read.