I worked for Consulting Engineers in Oxford..
.. on 4 Dec'03 I got up, went into my bathroom & showered, but I couldn't control the water temp and after repeatedly scalding, and freezing myself I gave that up. "It must be one of those things" I said, & went to the office ..
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My attraction to AphasiaNow was that it appeared to have such a fresh outlook, not the usual fuddy duddy of spielling out the definition and woes of being struck with aphasia. We know what that is. This appeared different.
I would like Aphasia Now to grow with new people who are like minded - I feel that it can. I say that with tongue-in-cheek, I know it's difficult to get new members, they don't grow on trees for the plucking. The existing members, who may be getting-on-a-bit, need not feel they haven't a place - I'm 63 approaching 64, and yes I feel the cold in Winter (summer too, sometimes !) etc. I don't say "just brush it aside, ignore it, blah blah"...it's not that easy, but it is how you think, it is how you re-act to bad news, ...........and it keeps you young ! Try it!