“ After a trauma, your body is at its most vulnerable.
Response time is critical. So you're suddenly surrounded by people—doctors, nurses, specialists, technicians—surgery is a team sport. Everyone pushing for the finish line. Putting you back together again. But surgery is a trauma in and of itself, and once it's over, the real healing begins.
It's called recovery.
Recovery is not a team sport.
It's a solitary distance run.
And it's lonely as hell.”
“The length of your recovery is determined by the extent of your injuries.
And it's not always successful.
No matter how hard we work at it.
Some wounds might never fully heal.
You might have to adjust to a whole new way of living.
Things may have changed too radically to ever go back to what they were.
You might not even recognize yourself.
It's like you haven't recovered anything at all.
You're a whole new person with a whole new life.”
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