What would you do if you had no ability to think, communicate, or act? Would you think of the events as insurmountable obstacles, a gift, or something between the two extremes? The following video reveals how one brain researcher answered the questions.
What are the symptoms of stroke? How would you know if you are having a stroke? What would you do if you were having a stroke? How would you communicate to others that you are having a stroke and you need help? What would you do if you believed someone was having a stroke but the other person insisted he/she is fine?
Thanks to Jill Bolte Taylor and TED Talks for their contributions to the video I used in this post; as well as all who, directly or indirectly made it possible to share the picture, text, and links in this post.