Grieve for a decent limited time over whatever parts of your old self you know you'll miss. . . . Then stanch the grief, by whatever legal means. Next find your way to be somebody else, the next viable you--a stripped down whole other clear-eyed person, realistic as a sawed-off shotgun and thankful for air, not to speak of the human kindness you'll meet if you get normal luck.
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Source Notes: A Whole New Life: An Illness and a Healing (chapter 7) (1994). Price here writes about his "recovery" from spinal cancer, which left him a paraplegic.
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