by Debra E. Meyerson
Identity Theft is the biography, strokes, physical impairments, medicine and psychology book which shares multiple techniques of recovering from physical injuries. Debra E. Meyerson is the author of this fascinating book. In 2010, Debra suffered from a severe stroke and she was a professor at Stanford University. Her body badly damaged by this stroke and she lost the movement of her one leg, one arm and even worse she lost her ability to communicate with others.
She was the proficient personality in the Stanford University who is known as an athlete, speaker, writer, wife, and a mother. After the stroke, all things went from her and she finds herself trapped in the broken body. She cannot speak from anyone and her tongue is not ready to speak a single word. Debra did not allow her fear to destroy her will power and she came back even more strongly. She heals her body to move and speak in a magnificent way. There are a few questions that help Debra to rebuild her life after losing her physical abilities. Who am I now, how I can build a meaningful life and regain my abilities, relationships, career, and a job which I have before. This is a wonderful book to read for everyone especially for those who suffered from physical traumas.