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In life what sometimes appears to be the end is really a new beginning!
23: Time to Choose is a story of traumatic loss, but also of great gain. Author Nicholas Dennen overcame the challenges of living with a traumatic brain injury, beating tremendous odds despite medical opinions that ruled out his ever living a productive life. Spending the years of his early adulthood relearning the skills of his childhood, he came to a mature understanding of the value of personal relationships--rich gain from terrible loss. Life is not fair, and never will be.
23: Time to Choose is about creating what's possible and seeing adversity as a true teacher in the game of life. Nicholas chose a future in which he'd offer inspiration to others through his Christian faith and his personal struggle. He lives his own message: you shouldn't look back to what you have lost, but rather look forward to what you might miss if you don't take the time to choose your best path. He speaks to those struggling with personal tragedy or traumatic injury as well as those supporting loved ones on their own difficult journeys. What we lose in struggle is not the issue. It is not how we become our own worst enemies or how easily lives can be destroyed. The issue is the moment that requires you to focus on what is unseen, without relying solely on what is only visible.
Foreward by Anita L. Kozan PhD, CCC, Speech/Language Pathologist, Abbott Northwestern Hospital
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Nicholas Dennen sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury at age 20. With perseverance and dedication, Dennen earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies in 2003 from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. He currently works at Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, Minnesota
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Book Description Beaver's Pond Press, Edina, Minnesota, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. First Printing. New. The author has signed on the title page. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Signed. Memoir, Faith, Healing. Seller Inventory # 034453
Book Description Beaver's Pond Press, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1592981453