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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 brings hope. And through love and hope, one can see that possibilities are everywhere.
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Nick Dennen earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN in 2003. He maintains a passion for serving others after experiencing a life-threatening fall in 1998 and is inspired by everyone who gave him his life back, while he underwent a rigorous rehabilitation and relearned the skills necessary for living, such as walking, talking, writing, and just living a productive life. Dennen currently works at Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, MN, serving patients and experiencing the value of life. He lives for his family and the greater good of others.Review:
''Nick will not speak in platitudes but rather will touch you with his acceptance of his struggle to become whole, and will inspire you with the joyful healing his new life continues to embody.'' --From the Foreword by Anita L. Kozan PhD, CCC, speech and language pathologize, Kozan Clinic for Voice, Speech, and Spirit
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Book Description Wise Ink Creative Publishing, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1940014166