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Stroke Survivor - male
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About DanBurke

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  • Birthday 03/23/1982

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    Learning about stroke, I love selling cars, performing my Novavision.
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    That's great news about the cane!! I went blind 4 years ago. I'm starting to regain vision back , & I haven't drove a car since. UNTIL last week I started driving on my own!!!!! I'm independant again!! OMG, I bummed rides for 4 years. It was horrible. I was never able to do anything alone, ex: go shopping.... :thumbsu:
  8. Hi, My name is Dan. I'm 28 years of age & 2 years ago I had an aneurysm due to a birth defect which caused a stroke from the brain swelling because it was under too much stress from the aneurysm. At that time I had a wife & a little boy aged 2. After about 3 months from returning home from the hospital, my wife filed for divorce. We were married 5 years before I got sick & I thought we were madly in love. She never cheated on me. (She just took our son & new daughter we had 2 months before she left) to live at her parents. Trying to get my brain to somewhat recover & deal with divorce was really hard. I've since then sold our house & moved in with my parents. When she left, I stayed in our home. It was so hard to go to work everyday, come home clean, & cook for myself. I was WAY to tired. & it's a lot easier now at my parents house! I sleep 10-14 hours every night. Do you? I heard divorce is quite common after stroke. How did it effect you? I figured this topic would fit best in the young stroke survivor section