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The Compassionate Snob, with AVM survivor Sheri McIntyre

  • Broadcast in Health
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My name is Sheri mcintyre I’m 56 I had an AVM rupture in my cerebellum. This Happened 4 yrs ago.I a had a craniotomy, (Hemmoragic Stroke,TBI,invisible-illness) now mostly physical. My speach has been effected yet understandable! (I sound southern) constant Dizziness feeling that never goes away. My Equilibrium is way off. I wrote a book titled compassionate snob. This was my recovery project i didn't realize this at the time! It gave me a way to be productive! As I cannot work due to my illness. I HATE Not working so I’m making up my own thing!

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Episode brought to you by: Integrated Brain Centers