Angela Leigh Tucker had not expected death that day. Newlywed, thirty years old and a successful public relations professional, she and her husband were driving home when a semi-truck hurtled over the center-lane divider and crushed their SUV. Her husband died on impact. She was left hanging onto life by a thin, golden thread. With her brain severely injured and her neck, shoulder, and ribs broken, she had instantly lost everything but her will to live. In the two years following the crash, with the help of doctors, therapists, friends and family, she fought to recover and to rebuild an entirely new life. This is the inspiring story of her recovery. Today, Angela lives independently in New York City. The injury transformed her life in many surprising and positive ways. Now, she is an advocate for millions of people who have survived and now live with their own brain injury. She has "been there" and her experience informs and inspires us all.
©2014 Bill Ramsey (P)2014 Bill Ramsey
Having a TBI,I have an easier time understanding, hearing, because of short term memory loss
Mostly it was my hometown, visiting the stadium frequently
Nothing I can use for my life. I have no support, and am stuck in NC
Take me home, Toto.
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