I Had Brain Surgery, What's Your Excuse? is a story that grapples with the question “What makes me me?” By turns philosophical and whimsical, rivetingly dramatic and unexpectedly light, it is illustrated with drawings, charts, ...
Author: Suzy Becker
Publisher: Workman Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Now in paperback, the ingenious illustrated memoir that is widely praised: “Hilarious, hell-raising, and frequently heart-wrenching.” —Booklist “[A] unique tragicomedy of a memoir . . . The author is so likable, even in her darkest hour, that as you applaud her recovery you also realize you’ll miss looking after her.” —Entertainment Weekly (“A” rating) “Compelling reading . . . Becker has turned one person’s experience into a universal story of family, healing, and the return to creativity.” —Library Journal (starred review) “A wonderful book, funny and touching, harrowing and sweet.” —Anne Lamott, author of Bird by Bird For years Suzy Becker, author of the New York Times bestseller All I Need to Know I Learned from My Cat (1.7 million copies in print), literally lived by her wits. Then brain surgery left her temporarily unable to speak, read, or write. I Had Brain Surgery, What's Your Excuse? is a story that grapples with the question “What makes me me?” By turns philosophical and whimsical, rivetingly dramatic and unexpectedly light, it is illustrated with drawings, charts, pseudoserious graphs, real EEGs. The result is a book filled with insights into creativity, identity, love, relationships, family, and that intangible something that gives each of us our spark.
Author: Brain Surgeon PublishingPublish On: 2019-03
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Author: Brain Surgeon Publishing
Publisher: Independently Published
Category: Health & Fitness
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Author: Jackson Antonio
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Author: Orlando J. Fagan
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Author: Brain surgery Brain surgery WarriorPublish On: 2019-12-30
Everyone needs a place to record things.
Author: Brain surgery Brain surgery Warrior
Everyone needs a place to record things. Whether the journal is used to record personal thoughts, travels, life events, gratitudes, daily tasks, quotes or notes, it doesn't matter. What matters is that, you pick up a notebook/journal or maybe several notebooks and make journaling a daily habit.
In the book I Had Brain Surgery, What's Your Excuse? the artist and writer Suzy
Becker discusses her recovery from brain surgery: I regained, in some ways
found, an appreciation for a lot of things. Cartooning was a big one. I never
Author: Peter Black
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks
Category: Health & Fitness
Each year, 100,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with a brain tumor. With his new book, Dr. Peter Black fills a gap in the lay readership, providing an accessible medical resource for adult patients and their families. Dr. Black, who has operated on more than 3,000 patients with brain tumors, is uniquely qualified to discuss both clinical treatment of and research into brain tumors. This invaluable resource tells patients everything they need to know to understand and address their diagnosis, in a four-part structure: • "What is a Brain Tumor?" provides straightforward information about how brain tumors are diagnosed, the different types of tumors and how they develop, and where to go for treatment. • "Coping with Shock" addresses the emotional impact of the diagnosis on the patient and their family, offering specific advice on support groups and how to managing work and finances during your treatment. • "Treatment options" outlines the complex array of available treatments in a sequential, logical, and thorough manner, enabling readers to make informed decisions. • "Recovery" describes how to deal with the aftermath, addressing issues ranging from physical scars to speech and occupational therapy. Dr. Black believes that more than half of brain tumor cases can be resolved with relatively minor side effects or none at all. Equipped with this informative book, patients and their family and friends can learn how to fight brain tumors effectively, putting them on the path to wellness.
And while they may have looked icky, mine didn't really hurt. ... Suzy Becker in her book, I Had Brain Surgery, What's Your Excuse? talks eloquently about being
awake during her brain operation and I shiver every time I think about it.
Author: John Kerastas
Publisher: Sunstone Press
At 57 years old, John Kerastas thought he was the poster child for fifty-year old healthiness: he competed in triathlons, rode in 100 mile biking events and ate a healthy diet chock full of organic vegetables. Then he discovered that he had a brain tumor the size of his wife's fist. His memoir chronicles the first year he spent addressing tumor-related health issues: preparing for his first operation, discovering a dangerous skull infection, having the infected portion of his skull surgically removed, learning about his substantial vision and cognitive losses, undergoing rehab and radiation treatments, and learning to live with his "new normal." According to Kerastas, the phrase "new normal" is the medical community's code words for "You're alive, so quit complaining." As his health changed, so did his sense of humor. He writes that his humor started out superficially light-hearted prior to the first operation; transmogrified into gallows humor after several subsequent operations; and leveled out as somewhat wry-ish after radiation and rehab. This is a surprisingly upbeat and inspiring book for anybody interested in memoirs about people dealing with personal crises, for patients trudging through rehab, for caretakers helping victims of serious illnesses, or for anybody looking for an unexpected chuckle from an unlikely subject. JOHN KERASTAS has worked at a global advertising agency, at several technology start-up companies and as a free-lance writer. Now, in addition to non-profit and charitable work, he spends his time blogging, speaking and writing about brain health, brain tumors and rehab. You can follow his blog or view his presentations schedule at www.johnstumor.blogspot.com.
The past few weeks have been really rough on me and for a minute there, I felt as
though a load of bricks had fallen and cracked me open even further ... brain surgery was something you wanted, you have to bear the pain without
One would think so, but for Taylor the brain tumor did have some amusing
benefits; it became her catchall excuse for her ... The surgeon had replaced the
piece of skull he cut off to get to her brain, of course, but there was indeed a tell-
Author: Taylor Black
Publisher: Untreed Reads
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Entries from the diaries of high school senior Taylor Black, augmented by narrative by her father, Tim Black, detail how she coped as a brain cancer patient and grew as a person through her illness.
Now, say you knew you wanted to be a top breast-cancer surgeon, the process
you'd engage in would be logical: you'd get the head down, study your hole off, get the forty-seven A1 grades you need to get into medical school, then get the ...
Author: Anne Gildea
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Call it a mid-life crisis, but you reach a point where nothing makes sense anymore. Not the goals you set yourself, the years focussed on trying to achieve them, what was let go, what was gained along the way. You look back and think, Is that it? Then you get sick. And everything changes.' This startlingly honest and often hilarious memoir from one of Ireland's best-loved comediennes is told through the lens of cancer treatment and its aftermath. From the moment when she heard but didn't necessarily absorb the shocking diagnosis, through the months that followed, Gildea describes the mixed emotion of the journey, at once swept along on its tide and struggling to grapple with its effects. Through depression, comedy, Catholicism, chemotherapy, the bog, emigration, sex, mastectomy, fear and love, I've Got Cancer, What's Your Excuse? takes a refreshingly irreverent look at life, the stuff it throws at you, and what you do with it, as it ultimately asks: 'Did cancer save me?
The next thing I remembered was coming out of a lift and hearing my husband's
voice. There was no mistaking ... It was codeine, phosphate and paracetamol– excuse me,I've just had brain surgery, where's the morphine? Apparently they
Author: Fiona Goldsby
Publisher: Memoirs Publishing
Fiona Goldsby has emerged triumphant from the terrifying experience of suffering a serious brain tumour. She found very little written material was available to help her in her battle, so she has written Tallulah Tumour, Friend or Foe? to help others dealing with a similar diagnosis. It is intended to provide information about what the patient may expect, with hints and tips to deal with the various side effects. The information in the book will not only be helpful to patients but to caregivers and family members. And as you may guess from the title, there is plenty of humour as well. Profits from sales of this book will be donated to the Macmillan Cancer Support charity.
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But the only place in Tillicum County that fit the bill was twenty miles away. Gran-
Marie ... I mean, brain surgery with a high-speed orthopedic drill and a general
surgery soft-tissue pack? I wouldn't have ... “Excuse me,” Chloe said, “I couldn't
help but overhear. It's my grandmother who had the brain surgery. One of you was ...
Author: Shari Macdonald
Welcome to a Place Where Love Abides. Experience the splendor of love with four sweet romances–each one the story of hearts and homes renewed–authored by some of the leading names in Christian romance fiction. The Queen of the World and the Handyman by Barbara Jean Hicks Incensed by town gossip about Gran-Marie and her hired hand, Chloe Burnett determines to protect her grandmother’s reputation at all costs, even if it means posing as the cocky handyman’s fiancé! But a near-tragedy reveals that nothing is as it seems to be–including the pretend engagement that no longer feels pretend. Beside the Still Waters by Barbara A. Curtis Interior designer K.C. McKenzie wants to restore her late husband’s family farmhouse, as well as her memories. But the new owner, Chicago architect Raleigh Kincaid, refuses to sell. When he enters a restoration contest, however, Raleigh finds that he needs K.C.–in more ways than one. Home for the Heart by Shari MacDonald When spunky TV host Flynn Kelley inherits half of a historic Maryland estate, she squares off against a maddening–and endearing–figure from her troubled youth. Working together, can she and Charlie Kenilworth renovate the crumbling estate–and their wounded hearts? Don't Look Back by Jane Orcutt One year after a divorce she didn’t want, Laurie Golden has moved her children to small-town North Texas, hoping to restore what’s left of her family and the family home. But skeletons in her family’s closet reveal that history is sometimes best left in the past, and that the future is an open book in which life and love can be written.
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Author: Rosalind Reisner
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Offers descriptions of 450 published memoirs, grouped by such topics as setting, language, unusual childhoods, life in rural America, spiritual journeys, and family relationships.
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Author: Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically HandicappedPublish On: 2005
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Author: Angela Bertolino
Publisher: Hollywood OS
Category: Performing Arts
A comprehensive handbook of everything you need to know to get started in the entertainment industry. Includes how to join the unions and avoid the scams, legitimate casting companies, photo and resume tips, how to get started as an extra, how to get your kids started, and tips on finding principal work. This guide has become a bible for new and seasoned performers. Also contains an extensive reference section including set terminology you should know, vital industry contact information, and pay charts for easy reference. Best starter kit if you're thinking about breaking into the acting biz.
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Author: Larry Dierker
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Category: Sports & Recreation
Nearly everyone in major-league baseball was surprised when longtime Houston Astros player and then broadcaster Larry Dierker was hired to manage the Astros following the 1996 season without previous managerial experience at any level of the game. In the five years that followed, however, Dierker confounded the experts and led the team to four National League Central division titles and four playoff appearances, and was named the National League Manager of the Year in 1998. Adroitly handling every sort of distraction and disaster than can befall a team—including suffering a nearly catastrophic seizure during a game—Dierker excelled like no other manager in Astros history, until resigning at the end of the 2001 season. In This Ain’t Brain Surgery, Larry Dierker draws on his vast experience of nearly four decades in baseball to reflect on his tenure as Astros manager, telling the reader along the way that the game isn’t so simple, that personalities clash, and that intuition isn’t everything. Woven into the narrative of this book are thoughtful and humorous anecdotes from his playing days.