I got a call from a fellow stroke victim, one who had her stroke recently. She wanted to know about Botox, which doctors sometimes inject into stroke limbs that aren't behaving. I had had the treatment.
"What does it feel like?" she asked.
"Like an injection," I said.
She sounded nervous.
"Look," I said, "If your doctor does a bad job, it leaves your system in about three months."
"Three months!" she said, astounded.
Suddenly I realized how different our concepts of time were. Stroke veterans think three months is a blink of an eye. Newbies don't.
Has your concept of time shifted?
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