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Elizabeth H.


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Learning to be a Mom Post-Stroke

On Nov. 2, 2011, Liz Hinz suffered a hemorrhagic stroke while in labor with her first child, Charlotte Marie

Becoming a new mother while trying to grapple with the reality of relearning how to live normally after a stroke was a huge undertaking, that seemed impossible and hopeless to me at the beginning of my recovery journey, but I have learned to accept and love myself again in spite of the daily challenges I face as a stroke survivor, I love my new body, baby and self!

 

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