Thirty years old should be too young to suffer a stroke.
But it does happen, more often than you think.
Mitch was unlucky enough to be one of the few, and amid a National Lockdown.
In this fascinating memoir, he relates the story of his recovery, isolated on hospital wards and away from the support of his family.
A real insight into how difficult it was to be incapacitated during a global pandemic.
ISBN : 978-1-80439-441-0
Pages : 100
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Someone who spends way too much time reading on their own, who should smile and speak more often, according to the family. I'm also really glad I can still walk and try to use my car less often, to stay on my feet more. Often listen to music, to keep my mind from wandering too far.