NICK DENNEN 23
23: I Love You, Too
On September 27, 1998, Nick Dennen was a normal twenty-year-old college athlete. When he fell thirty-five feet into a creek, he sustained a traumatic brain injury and was in a coma for several weeks. Doctors told his family that death was probably near, and if he did survive, a full recovery would be impossible. Despite those opinions, Nick did relearn to walk and talk again after a two-year recovery that tested his family’s fortitude.
The retelling of Nick's brave recovery brings the realization that crises don’t happen to individuals, they happen to everyone who loves that individual. Crises challenge faith. But within a crisis, love offers hope. And through love and hope, one can see that possibilities are everywhere.
Anything is possible if you believe. Anything!
Surviving Brain Injury: Stories of Strength and Inspiration
Surviving Brain Injury: Stories of Strength and Inspiration is a collection of stories that were contributed by almost 90 brain injury survivors from across the world - all brought together by an invisible injury that affects so many, yet isn't understood by the majority of people. Most of these contributors might not have the opportunity to share their story otherwise. This book is a much needed resource for other survivors and caregivers so they can realize they are not alone in this journey - that there are others out there just like them who have made remarkable strides in their recovery. These stories offer strength and inspiration to fellow survivors and help others understand the journey they go through (and are often brushed aside because of). By offering understanding, we can create awareness and compassion.
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23: I Love You, Too is dedicated to fostering a strengthened sense of faith, hope, & love, an appreciation for the power of belief, and the will to persevere over adversity. Its vision is simple: to recognize the value of personal relationships while maintaining a positive attitude and heightening the awareness of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).