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Never Say I Can't By Philip Catshill,

  • Title: Never Say I Can't
  • Author: Philip Catshill
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 464
  • Format: ebook
  • Never Say I Can t has been awarded The IndiePENdents Seal for quality Never say I Can t is the gripping, humorous, and occasionally devastating first person account of a serving policeman, who at 30 years of age, suffered a major stroke This is his battle against the odds to survive, to recover and to succeed I don t know what the ambulance man did with my bucke Never Say I Can t has been awarded The IndiePENdents Seal for quality Never say I Can t is the gripping, humorous, and occasionally devastating first person account of a serving policeman, who at 30 years of age, suffered a major stroke This is his battle against the odds to survive, to recover and to succeed I don t know what the ambulance man did with my bucket Where did the medical staff put their faces Mine was in the bucket It made sense to me The doctors called it CVA A few called it a stroke I laughed I thought it was a joke Additional material Poems Hand Writing, The Game, and Just a Joke.
    Never Say I Can t Never Say I Can t has been awarded The IndiePENdents Seal for quality Never say I Can t is the gripping humorous and occasionally devastating first person account of a serving policeman who at y

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    1. A PERSONAL TRIUMPH FOR ALL TO READPhilip Robinson was a dedicated policeman, who believed in serving others Philip doesn t think he is a kind man, but he is just that At the age of 30, Philip is suddenly thrown into a battle to survive what doctors called a CVA, some call the illness a stroke Philip worked hard to recover from his sudden illness At the time of his stroke, his marriage was struggling After the stroke, he and his wife worked hard to rebuild the relationship, things seemed to be ge [...]

    2. At the age of 30, Philip woke to find himself on the floor after just having survived a stroke This is where the story begins It s a fascinating tale of the trials and tribulations that a stroke victim suffers as he fights his way back to some form of normality His emotions in tangled, he tries to understand why no one can grasp his new language Unable to explain his fears and the pain he suffers, he s locked inside alone and scared Because his right side was paralyzed, from his face to his leg, [...]

    3. I FOUND C.V.A A HARD WAY BACK an excellent read it gives an insight into how a stroke victim feels and thinks everyone should read this book it is a book that makes you think just what it is to take your health for granted and as the stroke victim was only a very young man it is even harder to realize what a traumer he went through but, having said that there is an underlying humour there too, with a certain windy incident in the hospital that had me crying with laughter as did my grandson when [...]

    4. This novel opened up my eyes to what it is like for a person to experience a major stroke The author survived a major stroke at the age of 30 and was eventually able to write about it in this novel about that eighteen month time period The loss of words, the way people react to a person with a disability, the struggle against prejudice from people who have had stroke, too, are heartbreaking reminders to be mindful of others Philip Catshill s novel is well written I highly recommend his novels to [...]

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