Official Review: The Invisible Stroke by Veronica Woods

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Cotwani wrote:
04 Apr 2020, 01:52
Stroke is truly invisible thus unplanned for. The recovery heavily impacts both the patient and the caregiver/family. I like that the book gives more insight on the recovery process.

Great review!
Thank you, Cotwani, for taking the time to stop by. 🙂
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04 Apr 2020, 08:32
I might give this book a try. While I haven't experienced this with anyone close to me, I still think it is a good resource. Thank you for your review.
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Life altering diseases are devastating and completely a huge burden on family and friends. It's wonderful that there is such educational literature out there, to teach the masses about the plight that so many people face. Thanks for the fantastic,eye opening review.

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Falconcrest wrote:
06 Apr 2020, 23:46
Life altering diseases are devastating and completely a huge burden on family and friends. It's wonderful that there is such educational literature out there, to teach the masses about the plight that so many people face. Thanks for the fantastic,eye opening review.
Thank You, Falconcrest, for your kind-hearted comment!
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It’s amazing that the author could write so candidly about her experience and recovery process. I commend her for this. Great job on the review!

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This book seems like it gives great information about what a stroke is what it's like after experiencing one. I like how this was easy to read and understand, as these medical issues can become very complex.
Thanks for the review!

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JoyALB wrote:
11 Apr 2020, 03:45
It’s amazing that the author could write so candidly about her experience and recovery process. I commend her for this. Great job on the review!
Yes, it's appreciative authors who have the courage to share their experiences in order to help others; and Veronica Woods is just one of them. Thank you for taking the time to read my review, JoyALB!
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fadjei wrote:
11 Apr 2020, 14:09
This book seems like it gives great information about what a stroke is what it's like after experiencing one. I like how this was easy to read and understand, as these medical issues can become very complex.
Thanks for the review!
I agree. I was afraid that I would get lost in these medical terms, but the author explains them in a common language. Thanks for stopping by, fadjei!
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This book sounds so emotional...
I do feel for the author and the pain went through.

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This book sounds so emotional...
I do feel for the author and the pain went through.

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Dannyphery wrote:
13 Apr 2020, 02:39
This book sounds so emotional...
I do feel for the author and the pain went through.
:tiphat: Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Danny!
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This looks like a nice self-help memoir, suitable for everyone. I haven't experienced any stroke, neither am I in the mood to read emotional stories. Thank you for the review.
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JM Reviews wrote:
14 Apr 2020, 02:14
This looks like a nice self-help memoir, suitable for everyone. I haven't experienced any stroke, neither am I in the mood to read emotional stories. Thank you for the review.
Totally understandable. Thanks for taking the time to read my review though!
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I watched a TED talk once from a woman who had gone through a stroke. She described it so vividly but I still can't imagine what it must be like. This sounds like an important book, thanks for the great review!

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I don't have any experience in associating with victims of strokes, yet the review touches my heart deeply. I really appreciate the theme of the book. Thanks for the great review! :techie-reference:

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