This is a long story, but a good one. Although she experienced very little pain you can see the same stories circling her life after the stroke. You can see how she was treated by her loved ones, how things fell apart, how they came together, how she lost her way entirely and how she figured out how to make her new life work within her new limitations. Knowing that we all share similar challenges, no matter the illness, its frustrating that there is still such a gap in understanding of our struggles.
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