Feeling overwhelmed — The emotional impact of stroke

Feeling overwhelmed — The emotional impact of stroke

We asked stroke survivors to recount the emotional impact that having a stroke had on their lives. Here, they describe some of the difficulties they faced and their struggles in getting the right emotional support.

The Feeling Overwhelmed report highlights these problems and fights to change them. You can read it here – https://stroke.org.uk/feelingoverwhelmed

Stroke Association. Rebuilding lives after stroke.
https://stroke.org.uk

4 Comments

  1. Ryan C LOVESTrump on January 29, 2021 at 7:47 pm

    First of all, I want to say how truly BLESSED all these ppl are to have recovered as well as they have. They can talk and express themselves. My husband’s stroke was massive and he laid on the floor for 3 hrs. before I got home. It was another hour until the ambulance arrived and transported him to the hospital. HE TRULY should not have LIVED. He did. He gets emotional very easily. He lost his speech, ability to read and write. He recovered his ability to walk. He should have lost the vision in his right eye, hearing in the right ear and should have drop foot. Prayers were a key factor in his recovery. He can’t tell you how it’s impacted his life. He can’t even remember when it happened, which is probably a good thing. But, he can tell you he met Jesus on the floor! A stroke changes everything in your life. The best thing you can do is make an assessment of what you’ve got left, start building from there and move forward. But, it also takes someone who really loves and cares about you. I hope all of you have that! I feel it may be the most important thing!

  2. Vixen Queen on January 29, 2021 at 8:00 pm

    it is wonderful that these people harecovered.i lost so much. my daughter used to be my best friend and now I am pretty sure she resents me. We live in the same house, but she only comes in my room if she really has to. she just had another go at me and stormed out. I cannot answer a question quivk enough and people think I am ignoring them. sorry to bring this out via you tube, but I cannot work out how to leave a comment on the facebook page and I donot know how tomake an account

  3. Rick Rairdon on January 29, 2021 at 8:06 pm
  4. Mykka Lynx on January 29, 2021 at 8:40 pm

    I had a stroke six weeks ago and I’m 26 I’m scared to wall up my stairs and I don’t like going near the spot where I collapsed. I fear for my life "one more head injury and you won’t make it" Says the doctors my head hit my entertainment center and split it in half. My jaw is broken so is my knee and left hand they put me in a coma for a week to heal my brain. My left hand has a mind of its own now. I can’t control it. Now I have the urge to strangle people. They said my mind would change but I didn’t think like this. They said not to act on my Impulses so I don’t.

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