My newest book.
In 2018 I had a bicycle race on Thursday. Late on Wednesday afternoon, I decided to go out on my bike for an easy 25 miles, to stretch my legs and pump some oxygen through my lungs and blood. About three miles from home, I was hit by a four thousand pound piece of steel and plastic moving at 65 mph.
Machines pumped air in and out of my lungs for me for a week. I woke up in a month. In three months, I came home and my wife and I looked for just this book. We had a hundred questions and knew we would ask more as I recovered. Being a writer, it was an easy metric: if you can’t find the book you want, then write it.
I did, and here it is. I call it a gentle read with guidance and advice about recovery from brain injury. In it, I put my arm around your shoulders like only a person who has been where you are can and help you make decisions about how to navigate through these weeds. I don’t preach and I recognize that everyone is different and that you will have to decide on your own path. But I talk about what worked for me and about how to find what works for you.
If you have questions about living with a TBI, contact me at any time. I’m not a medical doctor, but am a scientist, a Christian, and have experience with the entire spectrum of brain health. Somehow those three things combine to make something just for you.
Available on Amazon in paperback and ebook format on 1 May, 2021.
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