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Lori Finnila received her brain injury through domestic violence.
This is a book of acceptance where she knows how it feels to be completely isolated and unaccepted for her new medical status in her life, she searches for new meaning to her life and has to find an acceptance in herself and her own strengths to carry her through and on for the rest of her life from tragedy to triumph.
Coming to terms with her injuries, the author has learned to lead a different life from the past of a lifestyle of designer clothes and expensive food to economizing, being thrifty with money and clothes and even resorting to begging for assistance. With time, the author had also learned to allow her brain to heal through the correct nutritional diet and through understanding her body signs of when to relax, of moving on with her life and of finding an outlet such as writing, to help her explain to a wide readership how she felt during these times and encourage others to realize what they can achieve.
The author's strength and amazing ability to pull through what seemed a recurrent nightmare and to recover despite the extreme hardships she had to endure is convincing as an account to help others achieve what could initially be seen as an impossible accomplishment.
Coll B Lue, Literary Review, London, England
Lori Finnila currently resides in Oregon and has two other published books “The Virtuous Woman” and “Black Sheep Never Cry, Dedicated to the memory of John F. Kennedy, Jr.” She hosts her own radio show Women Empowerment Hour at Blog Talk Radio which she created to strengthen and unify women. She is aspiring to have her work produced for movies and to partake in the production of these and eventually open a Women Production House.