Strokes by Dorothy Goudie
A Conversation with a Caregiver

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“New Zealand author Dorothy Goudie strikes just the right tone of humility, confession and a dash of self-deprecation in her slim book Strokes: A Conversation With A Caregiver…Her writing style is breezy and accessible—no small feat considering the subject.”
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"When a stroke happens it is sudden and means a
complete disruption for the life of the victim and
also the family. When I as a family member volunteered
for the job of caregiver I knew my life would never be
the same again. This roller coaster ride will be for life.
There was no training manual or coaching sessions. I
would be my own cheer leader and the more I could
practice appreciation, the less resistance I would have
and the better my life turned out to be."
 

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Published April 3, 2012 by Xlibris. 76 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction
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on Jan 06 2014

“New Zealand author Dorothy Goudie strikes just the right tone of humility, confession and a dash of self-deprecation in her slim book Strokes: A Conversation With A Caregiver…Her writing style is breezy and accessible—no small feat considering the subject.”

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