Will Your Way Back: How One Man Overcame Tragedy with a Winning Mindset
An Incredible Journey of Recovery
James H. Osborne suffered a tragic spinal cord injury from a road cycling accident that rendered him quadriplegic. Though doctors said he would likely never walk again, James has been fighting for nine years to recover his body. Will Your Way Back chronicles his journey, an exercise of will, to walk again and live independently.
James has struggled professionally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually to overcome his disability and persevere in pursuit of a new normal. His story is unique and compelling, and if you have ever suffered loss, or have a loved one who is suffering this way, you will draw hope from his inspiring story.
Sometimes you must let go and find a new path, a new way to success: Define your terms, take a stand, and choose to win.
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The Daily Routine
The Weight of So Much Loss
Its Not Just About MeFamily
In Pursuit of a New Normal
The Solace of Memories
Recovery Phase II 191
Getting Back My Life
The Upside of Alternative Medicine
Define Your TermsTake a StandChoose to
To See and Be Seen
The Ride I Nearly Died
Thou Shalt Not Be Enabled
A Daunting Transition
The Second Crash
All Is Not as It Seems
Lessons I Didnt Expect to Learn
A Day in the Life
Thought Nobody Was Watching
Make Your Own Movies
Dreams Are Made True
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