Is suffering a severe stroke the end of the world, or
the beginning of a different kind of life?
By rights, any stroke severe enough to leave a mountaineer, a rock-climber or a skier paralysed down his left/right side should have spelled the end of
any kind of outward-bound activities for
Remy was all three and yet more, for tragedy brought out the fighter in him too. To prove it, he is now a martial artist, has become a canoeist/kayaker and
is building a reputation as a director of films, samples of
which readers can enjoy on YouTube, already.
Now, to give hope, inspiration and some useful tips to handicapped and
disabled readers, everyone can find out in Never Give Up how
nobody has to take disability lying down, how it is possible to
make a life worth living, and how to win
again, from so far behind.
ISBN : 978-1-78830-813-7
Pages : 348
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Remy Bernier started a new life in 2006. This was the result of a terrible event that would change his life forever: Remy had suffered a stroke. Prior to his accident, he was thriving as an aspiring mountain guide. Now, the right hemisphere of Remy's body is paralyzed, and his coordination, speech and vision have been affected. He will be in a wheelchair for the rest of his life. This memoir took him seven years to write, because he could only type with one finger. He continues to raise the bar in everything he does and has no plans to stop!