Featured Official Review: The Day I Broke My Brain

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Re: Featured Official Review: The Day I Broke My Brain

Post by Gyde » 08 Jul 2018, 04:24

Great review. The fact that life is short and we should live every moment.This book tend to speak to me at a very personal level.The book inspires people like me not to give up and fight obstacles.Excellent

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Post by paulitfaa » 08 Jul 2018, 20:09

Every body some times experiences some degree of trauma. What keeps us going is our ability to gather our broken pieces to form a better us. "The Day I Broke My Brain" gives an insight into the cravings of the author to come out his trauma, of which he did.

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Post by Rose Anne03 » 09 Jul 2018, 09:22

The reviews catch me up. Very interesting and captivating. Must read this especially to those people who feel they're left behind. Lost hope and ecperience the struugle in life.

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Post by Hannahrg » 09 Jul 2018, 13:53

The Day I Broke My Brain speaks of the realities in life as well as the uncertainties that surprise and shock us. One of the challenges in life is when we acquire physical ailments. It not only breaks our brains or physical limitations but also oftentimes destroy our resolve to continue living. I am going to add this book to my shelf because I believe that the principles and lessons in the book based on the review will add encouragement to my own personal challenges.

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Post by BURNABOY » 09 Jul 2018, 18:53

this book is very interesting,it's now encourage me to be strong in any predicament i found myself in.i thank the author for making such an emotion and educative works.

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Post by arinjerry » 10 Jul 2018, 09:56

This book has a poweful premise
where it teaches to take
advantage of every opportunity
instead of sitting on the side lines
or being under active.

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Post by lbrannock » 10 Jul 2018, 21:21

Great read! Gives a great insight on daily events that can happen to anyone without even knowing it. Very great details that paints a picture in your head, which every reader enjoys!

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Post by Faithmwangi » 10 Jul 2018, 22:41

It's so sad how our body betrays us sometimes. One time you think you're good, the next you find yourself in a hospital bed. I am glad that Mr.Eastwell was able to stay positive throughout and believe that was the greatest key to his recovery.I like this book. Thanks for the review.

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Post by shryl04 » 11 Jul 2018, 02:47

The Day I Broke My Brain is an inspirational story of courage and endurance in the face of an almost catastrophic physical injury. I was moved by Darron's story.❤️

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Post by ogarstephen » 11 Jul 2018, 03:34

event change your life forever like that...It's great to hear that his attitude is positive and that he has the support of his family. Too bad about the need for more editing, and I agree, it probably would have been better hear the day to day struggles, including therapy sessions. This probably would have brought out an even more

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Post by TaaraLynn » 11 Jul 2018, 15:02

It's great when we can learn lessons right along with the character. Thanks!
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Post by Omnie » 12 Jul 2018, 05:53

Awesome review! Sounds like a really cool book. Maybe i’ll check it out!

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Post by Abdulsalam007+ » 12 Jul 2018, 10:58

To start with, not every human being will be super bold enough to air his/her tragic experience in life, to talk less about indirectly or somewhat direct counsel to everyone who's privilege enough to read this book for the insights into the importance of healthy life, for health is wealth

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Post by Julie Green » 12 Jul 2018, 13:35

I have read a number of books about lives suddenly impacted such as "Left Neglected" by Lisa Genova or the truly stunning "The Diving-bell and the Butterfly" by Jean-Dominique Bauby. They all make an impact on me about life's sudden twists, and this too sounds like an interesting book. Thank you for the detailed review.

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Post by bluesky5_ » 13 Jul 2018, 17:36

The Day I Broke My Brain

The last two sentences of the review SAYS IT ALL and I use them as a mantra.

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