Tell Me Everything You Don't Remember: The Stroke That Changed My Life - Chapters 9-10 Summary & Analysis

Christine Hyung-Oak Lee
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In Chapter 9, Christine talked at length about the healing process. She learned in the months when healing truly began that she had to pace herself. If she had a social engagement, she had to rest up for it and plan nothing for the next day. Gradually, she began to be able to hold thoughts for a few hours at a time. She talked about her memory of the stroke and that those memories changed. She related multiple comparisons to the brain when a stroke occurs, including that it was like a lawn with a dead patch because the sprinkler in that area became clogged. Usually, the brain began repairs by rerouting and making adjustments. She compared it to a gas truck explosion that melted a bridge, forcing commuters to find alternative paths to work until the repairs were complete. During this time of...

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