A Whole New Life - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary and Analysis

Although most would call Price's disease and its aftermath a catastrophe, Price saw it as definitely an "upending" element in his life but not a disaster. In fact, when measuring his first fifty years against the years since his life was so changed, he realized that he had been given more in love and friendship and had become more giving, patient and productive those latter years. Of all the self-help books he read searching for answers, none told him how to "want" the new life he hadn't ask for. It was Price's experience that three abstract thoughts were key to his survival: 1) you can only rely on yourself for a way out of any situation; 2) no matter how loving people are, they cannot give you back your old self; and, 3) you can no longer be that other person, so you have...

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