Walking The Walk news article!!
3/24 ABI Walk for Brain Injury Awareness
When I was just a fetus in my mother’s uterus, crowded by my super twin brother, I didn’t realize that a tiny SKIN cell had lodged itself amidst my brain tissue. When I was born I already had the beginnings of a huge tumor wrapped around my brain stem. During my childhood the tumor remained quiet but grew slowly. I excelled at everything from girls to sports to music to academics until that achievement was cut short: In 1978 doctors found the now-large tumor in my brain. Since then I’ve had five brain surgeries to reduce its size, but improving technology didn’t catch up to the tumor until 2010, when a top neurosurgeon finally removed the whole thing! Because of the resulting trauma to my brain stem, I’ve had a tough recovery for over a year. At age 62, though, I’m excited to say that I am tumor-free! Slowly, Jack’s getting back! “I’d like to share with you some things I’ve learned after having had five brain surgeries. >>INTERVIEW!
You too can learn from my personal head trip and speed your recovery! While my situation might not be precisely the same as yours, perhaps my experience can help you better manage your recuperation.
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE 13-STEP RECOVERY PLAN (it's a really cool slide show)! See reviews of Jack's novel "Head Trip"