The Definition of Love

July 2006
PN;Jul2006, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p66
Trade Publication
The article discusses how the author's mother supported her during her recovery from pneumonia following a month-long stay in the hospital after her spinal cord injury in the U.S. Her mother stayed by her side and took care of her before and after she was rehabilitated. She cited how her mother comforted her when she very upset after knowing she wouldn't be able to walk again. She also mentioned how her mother managed to take her aggressions during those times.


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