17 Iyar, 5778
If you're a longtime fan of this blog, you know that I'm a survivor of a non-cancerous but very deadly brain tumor (a petroclival tentorial meningioma, which means it was at the base of the skull, under the brain).
Life-saving emergency surgery saved my life, but the tumor had damaged me in several ways. Physical, occupational and speech therapy helped me to fashion a fresh take on life. That took a lot of physical and emotional effort on my part.
In honor of Brain Tumor Awareness Month, I shared some information on one of my facebook pages moments ago. And I shared a bit of insight into what having an invisible disability means to a person.
I survived the ordeal based on intuition, and as a supervisor of medical records and medical record coding. My wide-ranging knowledge of coping mechanisms within the medical world is an accumulation of facts rarely known to non-medical members of the public.
I poured that information into the E-book and print editions of EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge.
BUY your copy today, and find out how to simplify your recovery from some sort of medical or mental health setback. Get your grin back when you read
Face Your Medical Problems with Dignity. Face Your Future with Optimism.
Fill your time and efforts with purpose, and a sense of pride.