Over My Head: A Doctor's Own Story of Head Injury from the Inside Looking Out

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Andrews McMeel Pub., 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 239 pages
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Locked inside a brain-injured head looking out at a challenging world is the premise of this extraordinary autobiography, which describes the rebuilding of a shattered self. Since the author's view is unique and often wacky, dispel the notion that this story is either somber or a medical diary of ailments. It is, in fact, quite entertaining.

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Review: Over My Head: A Doctor's Own Story of Head Injury from the Inside Looking Out

User Review  - Ellen - Goodreads

Really great story of a woman's experience with tbi. From a clinical perspective, it was really helpful to hear exactly what "goes on" in her brain that makes it difficult to perform her activities of ... Read full review

Review: Over My Head: A Doctor's Own Story of Head Injury from the Inside Looking Out

User Review  - Charlotta Norby - Goodreads

I LOVED this book. It's the first book I've read where I felt like the author knew exactly how I felt about losing my ability to practice law. I would love to meet this woman, I feel like we'd have so ... Read full review

About the author (1998)

Osborn is an Associate Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine at MSU.

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