My Story: My Life After Brain Aneurysm
My Story: My Life After Brain Aneurysm may be of interest to readers who are interested in real-life accounts of individuals' ordeal and triumph over the pains of brain illness.Life after brain aneurysm was extremely difficult. Non paper, manual, or handbooks can ever explain what a patient and family go through in coping with the after effects of the disease. At that time, I had low self-esteem as I dealt with memory loss, physical pains, and other health issues. Depression would become extreme, urging me to take my life. But, Paul, my husband, and my family's support kept me going to live in peace, happiness and love.
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