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Objects in Mirror Are Closer than They Appear: Inside Brain Injuryby Sol Mogerman
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Sol Mogerman was unexpectedly hit head-on by a drunk driver on an icy mountain road in the fall of 1985 as he was coming home from his evening job as a professional musician. As a result of this accident, he suffered a brain injury (stroke) that affected his ability to play music and changed his life forever.
In this book Sol tells the story of his accident and recovery in a direct personal manner that draws the reader into the experience. This story highlights the loss of his self-image as the most devastating outcome of his injury. Sol's recovery unfolds through a challenging journey of self-discovery and transformation that offers great hope for triumphing over the devastating problems inherent in brain injury and other serious disabilities.
This book also includes a comprehensive self-help section based on what the author has learned through overcoming his own disabilities, and from his experience successfully treating numerous clients in his practice as a counselor specializing in brain injury.
A first-hand story of what it's like to lose yourself through brain injury/stroke, and how to successfully understand and overcome the problems of recovery.
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