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Paralyzing Grace By Carol Sells
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The journal of a 34 year old woman who suffered a series of two disabling stroke. Her battles and victories, and how it has reshaped her life.
Paralyzing Grace By Carol Sells
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The journal of a 34 year old woman who suffered a series of two disabling stroke. Her battles and victories, and how it has reshaped her life.
A Collection of Poems: Paralyzed by Catharsis By Nicole du Plessis
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A short collection of poetry, written by a female South African during her teen years and into adult life. It starts off with the earlier poems and ends on the latest poems. This collection includes... More > poetry of all themes, including Depression, Confusion, Politics, Nature and much more. (Very varied!)< Less
"Wet Tea Leaves" By James Ferace
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"He awakes in a strange place, paralyzed and in pain, in the midst of two strangers' conversation, trying to piece together how he got there. What he eventually discovers will make him wish... More > he'd never awoke."< Less
Full of Hot Air By Piotr Kniecicki
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The 4th book of poetry and cartoons by Piotr Kniecicki, a polish poet who suffered a brain stem stroke in 2001 leaving him almost totally paralyzed.
Full of Hot Air By Piotr Kniecicki
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The 4th book of poetry and cartoons by Piotr Kniecicki, a polish poet who suffered a brain stem stroke in 2001 leaving him almost totally paralyzed.
The Boy Who Couldn't Play Football By Kelly Lynn
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Enjoy this true story about a boy and his dream to play football. Christopher was born with Brachial Plexus Palsy, a condition that left him paralyzed on one arm. He wants to play football so bad... More > but he can't. He prays and asks God why he messed him up. But God has a plan for Christopher and tells him he is wonderfully made and he can play football. Proceeds benefit Brachial Plexus research.< Less
The Boy Who Couldn't Play Football By Kelly Lynn
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Enjoy this true story about a boy and his dream to play football. Christopher was born with Brachial Plexus Palsy, a condition that left him paralyzed on one arm. He wants to play football so bad... More > but he can't. He prays and asks God why he messed him up. But God has a plan for Christopher and tells him he is wonderfully made and he can play football. Proceeds benefit Brachial Plexus research.< Less
Freeing Abigail By Luann Nies
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Abigail Pendergrass’s dreams are destroyed when an accident claims her best friend’s life and leaves her emotionally and physically paralyzed. Beauregard Winkelman, her new physical... More > therapist, is a tall, sexy Texan whose career is on the rocks due to his scandalous past and indiscretions. Beau’s last chance depends on getting Abby back on her feet. Her last chance for a real life rests in his trained hands. Tension enough without Dr. Voight threatening Beau’s career and Abby’s recovery.< Less
The Other Side of the Siderail: Memoirs of a Nurse Who Became a Patient By Donna Stapleton
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After decades of taking care of other people, a nurse suddenly wakes up one morning and can barely walk. Terrified and alone, she struggles to find the cause of her symptoms. After six weeks... More > of frustrating visits to uncaring and distant medical professionals punctuated by a series of painful tests and worsening symptoms, she is almost relieved to learn that she has a lesion on her spinal cord. At least she finally knows what's wrong with her! But the surgery that was supposed to cure her leaves her arms paralyzed and her legs so weak she needs to use a walker. Told with humor and compassion, this true story is both an indictment of the medical professions and a reminder to all of us to see the person inside of the patient.< Less