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Posted December 3, 2010
Lee Carlson has managed to write a first person account on the challenges he faced following a traumatic brain injury and subsequent recovery, while using his experienced writing skills to candidly share his trials . His story unfolds and at times reflects back to the lessons learned from caring for his mother who also suffered a serious brain injury. The reader is drawn into the slow climb out and celebration of small successes as Lee manages not only to overcome a series of setbacks (divorce,family losses, financial drains, physical pain) but to then excel, with the rebuilding of his home/ sailboat, marriage to now wife, Meg and his spiritual journey to acceptance of the challenges. A joyful read and one that will give true appreciation to all the small blessing that we enjoy daily.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.