A My Broken Brain and the Meals That Brought Me HomeBook - 2015
"After suffering a brain aneurysm and a life-threatening infection, Jessica Fechtor set about cooking and baking to pull herself back together again, fixing what was broken, and living with what couldn't be fixed"--
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JCLOctavia Feb 05, 2018
This book is about the smell and taste of food that helps Jessica remember her past. Don't read the book on an empty stomach because it will make you hungry.
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I LOVE this book. Rarely, do I find that a book jacket quote of a book being "impossible to put down" to be true. This is one of those times.
It is a great read for anyone who has been through a medical, neurological experience or who is a friend, relative or caregiver. You get the whole experience here--the confusion, frustration, challenges & moving on with life after. IMO, every neurosurgeon's office & every neuro support group should have this as required reading!
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