Another reason to read and write…

Enjoy this great blog post by Gwen Plano via Story Empire! Gwen has overcome some powerful challenges, and shares the proven benefits of something you may love doing as much as I do. If you need an excuse to do more reading and writing, Gwen is serving it up to you here!

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Hi, SEers! Gwen with you today. After learning that March is Brain Injury Month, I thought it might be interesting to share some medical benefits of reading and writing. Before we begin that discussion, though, I’ll digress with a personal story.

In December 2018 I had neurosurgery and in February 2020, just as COVID reared its ugly head, I had my second surgery. Because of an unusual spine disorder, I developed multiple leaks along the spinal dura which ultimately caused my brain to sink into the cervical area of my neck. I know that sounds strange, but it happened. Fortunately, I had one of the best neurosurgeons in the world and a very positive outcome. Prior to the surgeries, I had severe narcolepsy. I could fall asleep midsentence and not remember a thing. I had limited use of my fingers and could only raise my arms slightly. I glimpsed…

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5 thoughts on “Another reason to read and write…

    • Hi, Jan! I love anything that justifies reading and writing, as if we needed justification for doing what is as necessary as breathing to some of us! This was a GREAT post, and I was happy to share it. So good to see you here!

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