Reply To: What do you think, survivors?

Eugene Sekiguchi

about 3:15 pm pdt
To all,
It seems that everyday is different.  My stroke was in January of 2011.  
The treatments available now seems to be more numerous than then and a bit confusing.  So I think of that.  Occasionally, I wish that I had the stroke at a different time.  But now is now. 
The daily challenges of each day is quite different from day to day.  I think that hourly or even changes by the minute are baffling put they all seem to pass.
My long term goal is to erase ignorance about (normal) aging and put into context strokes, TBI, etc.  Along the way, prevention, what to do (& when) and questions will be answered. 

This has been my mission but other ideas keep occurring.
I think that if your mind is operational the thoughts will be dealt with in a satisfactory way.  If one can not deal with the thoughts independently or in a group, go see a professional.
An advocate,