My mind disappeared. When it came back, it was not the same…
Sunday, 6 March 2011
“Look at my eyes.
I said, my eyes.”
–From an ad for Cap 48, a Belgian disability organization.
The entry 'Look at my eyes' is filed under Brain Deep, Social.
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Love it! I must admit, her eyes were not the first thing I saw, and it is not what you are thinking of!
Very cool ad!
I know this is not the same but when I was in college and balding any women I talked to, their eyes would drift to my forehead.
This picture is brilliant. I always think people are staring at my hemiplegic hand when I walk. Most people ask about my ankle. I guess what they see first is my leg brace.
Your new mind blows my mind.Speech Pathologist for 40 years,thanks.
She’s beautiful. And so are you.
Your words give me hope.
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I am a quirky young woman whose Mind went Pop. I was 26 when a stroke took away my limbs and speech.
This stroke comic book is designed to make you think. Mindpop. Strokes are hell. They have dark comedy too.
I live in Boston, Massachusetts.
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