Documentary on TV

Thanks for suggesting that program. I thought I was over the crying stuff, but I couldn't hold back the tears with the two guys suffering. My internet connection has crashed and I will be watching the second half tonight or tomorrow (BT engineers permitting).
Junior Agogo seems too be making the major error of trying to live his old life rather than accepting the new life he has been given, but I still have a lot of time for him, as I do for most stroke survivors.
It reminded me of my time at around three months. And that I did have and still slightly have, aphasia. I never thought of it before !
Its a good film, thank you.

Tue, 11/7/2017 - 7:15pm
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