Tenaciously, Emma works her way back to walking and talking again. As a former health professional, she has a rare insight into life as a patient. She emerges with a very different perspective on person-centered care and what it takes to live with resilience. Emma’s story shows how, with love, support, and a positive mindset, life can still be incredible, even though not to the plan previously envisaged, and entailing a daily battle with poor vision, balance, and mobility. Emma is now a loving auntie to a brood of nieces and nephews and has a fantastic support network. As an inspirational speaker, she is determined to benefit others by drawing on her experience and deeper insights. Writing a diary before, after, and, as much as possible, during the ordeal, Emma has woven her observations and memories into a book. She has a sharp eye for detail and a sense of humor that, understandably, becomes entirely black at times. This is not only the story of a young stroke survivor but also a valuable observational memoir for health professionals, written by one of their own who has traveled to the other side. Want to order more than 10 copies? Get in touch.