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Stroke changes your life as you know it?

Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds.

I was always in great shape.

A distance runner, a pro wrestler, and an actress. I was afraid of nothing.

Then I had a stroke. Suddenly I couldn’t walk or talk.

When I got home from the hospital I went to jump out of bed the next morning and couldn’t. I forgot…

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I had a stroke so I can’t walk or talk, but I can write! Just a new chapter in life. I love the journey…..By me a cup of coffee Ko-fi.com/jansebastian5419

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Jan Sebastian

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I had a stroke so I can’t walk or talk, but I can write! Just a new chapter in life. I love the journey…..By me a cup of coffee Ko-fi.com/jansebastian5419

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