Getting Strong in All the Hurting Places
As founders of the famed Toughlove movement for parents and troubled teens, Phyllis and David York enjoyed national acclaim. But that life was destroyed when Phyllis fell and broke her neck. Now confined to a wheelchair, she shares her story of a remarkable and courageous recovery.
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