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The New Me

Hugh Smith

My Journey Back From Traumatic Brain Injury

The New Me

£7.99

ISBN 9781781324318

Published Oct 2015

Paperback
203 x 133mm (180 pages)

Everyone remembers their twenty-first birthday: who they were with and what they did. Everyone has dreams and aspirations about their future, but they should not be dwelt on too much. Never forget to live! Life is about those who walk beside you during good times and bad. I am surrounded by all kinds of people, young and old, big and small, with family and friends ranging from farmers to lawyers, but it was only when being pounded by a storm that I truly learnt what we were all made of.

An emotive insight into the true story of Hugh’s journey back to life after a birthday celebration that went badly wrong. In an unimaginable situation, faced with the prospect of living life as a bed-bound, ghost-like figure of his former self, Hugh reveals how his life was utterly transformed. What propels this chronicle of recovery is the personal daily diaries written during and after Hugh’s nearly fatal brain injury. They expose the reflections of family members throughout the good and the bad times, and will take the reader on a journey filled with raw emotion.

For months there seemed to be no way back from this near-death experience. It was impossible to know it, but despite everyday adversity and against professional opinion, Hugh pulled through.

Life would resume, but to what extent?

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