This book tells a story and shares insights about the author’s recovery from a devastating stroke. He cleverly weaves his story and his insights into a compelling narrative about a challenging journey toward recovery. It speaks to the stroke patient on a personal and experiential level that resonates with the reader. It speaks to families of stroke survivors in a language that helps them understand the challenges confronted by their loved one. It speaks to caregivers in a way seldom heard.
No matter whether you are a stroke survivor, a family member or a caregiver, you will be comforted, informed and inspired by this very candid discussion about recovery from a stroke. It is almost impossible for the reader to not relate to many aspects of this book and to not feel enlightened upon its completion.
THOUGHTS ALONG THE WAY
The thoughts contained in this publication originated as a gift to pass on to the author's children. A gift intended to share what is in their father's head concerning lessons learned as he matured and evolved into a professional. A simple gift of words that combine to form meaningful thoughts considered worthy of sharing. Upon the urging of his children, their gift has transformed into a collection of ideas about such topics as the brain, wisdom, dreams, learning, gratitude, and work ethic to be shared with a larger audience. That audience is essentially young people on the threshold of launching their own careers and those who are already in pursuit of their life's passion.
Wacholder states that he "is simply trying to present young people with something to think about," thoughts that may be helpful as their careers unfold. His way of characterizing this message is; "If only I knew then what I know now" and he hopes to reach readers who are in the "then" of their careers.
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