Conquering the Darkness: One Story of Recovering from a Brain Injury

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Paragon House, May 1, 1998 - Social Science - 275 pages
Deborah Quinn lived a life many would envy. She was happily married and financially secure with a thriving business. One day, however, her car careered off a cliff in a terrible accident that left her in a coma and her husband dead. When she emerged from the coma, she was seriously injured and had to struggle to learn how to function again, while others, seeing her as easy prey, were trying to grab her business and fortune away from her.Coming out of the Dark chronicles a remarkable recovery from near death as well as the obstacles -- physical, emotional, and practical -- she had to face and then overcome, and how with tenacity and resilience she began the long journey to creating a new life for herself.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Struggle Back
31
The Beginning of the End
53
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