When the fog lifted, Sara saw her mother sitting beside the hospital bed and asked what was going on. “Sara do you know you wrecked your little Volkswagen?” As the story unfolded the 22-year-old was mad and madder still that she had missed her graduation from the College of William and Mary and would have to go back home again. She had expected to go to graduate school and move on with her life. That was 1977 and it would take 27 maddening years to find out why life never went the way she expected. Few people truly live the life they expect, but when this many emotional meltdowns and this much impulsive behavior happens, missteps are more than chance occurrences. Jumping from one career to the next, Sara thought that all she had to do was change something in the details. Whatever it was would go away. But it didn’t. Then, depression and a close encounter with suicide sent her to a neuropsychologist who finally confirmed that her puzzling life was typical for a person who had sustained a brain injury. This fascinating personal account by Sara Lewis yields terrific insights into the complex and confusing maze of undiagnosed brain trauma. It is a testimony to her will – and that of so many other invisible undiagnosed survivors – in their struggle to understand and successfully navigate their world. Not What I Expected: My Life with a Brain Injury in PDF and EPUB format. Here you can download any book in PDF or Epub format for free. Use the button on this page to download or read the book online. All book bestsellers can be downloaded on one torrent tracker - Top Torrent! Come in, choose, download the book Not What I Expected: My Life with a Brain Injury and read.