“When you know someone who is recovering from a stroke, it is important to know that social support, helps the healing process. Positive relationships and interpersonal interactions help prevent depression, which may promote optimal health and recovery after a stroke.
People with serious health problems such as cancer and stroke often notice that friends and well-wishers can be tongue-tied when they don’t know what to say. Stroke survivors are often met with artificial or exaggerated enthusiasm meant to cheer them up, or, at the other extreme, friends and family members can be tense while trying to avoid saying the wrong thing.
If you have a friend, a family member, or a co-worker who is recovering from a stroke, it is a lot easier when you know what he or she needs to hear.” https://www.verywellhealth.com/how-to-talk-to-a-stroke-survivor-3146006
My name is Trazana A. Staples!
I had a Stroke!
I Am a Stroke Survivor!
I Am a Phoenix Rising!