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Nathalie's Story - Anatomy of a Stroke at Fifteen * If you would like to share your testimonial about the book .

Roy Windsor: I read your book Nathalie and it was a really good read. Your words flowed very naturally and it was as though you were talking to the reader....I think you have talent...and really should consider writing more books.

Renee Lachance Mattis: When I started reading your book, I couldn't put it down. I put the chores aside for a couple of hours and read your story in one shot. Growing up, all I heard were the rumors about what happened to you. I'm so proud of you for putting an end to those horrible rumors by writing your book! You are very inspiring. It's hard to believe that you have such a positive attitude towards life after what's happened to you, and I'm forever changed. It's time to start really appreciating the little things in life. Thanks again for sharing your story with me!

Natasha McKenzie: Loved the book.....couldn't put it down. Thanks for the inspiration.

Linda Bergeron Tremblay: I'm so very proud of you Nat! Your book brought back alot of memories, the difficult ones and many many good ones. You inspire us all! I miss you and can't wait to see you again. Luv Ya!

Lynn Tremblay: I have read the book, and my hat is off to you Nathalie for being so strong and sharing your experience with us. Because of you so many people will learn the true meaning of ''never give up hope''....Thank You !

Julie Prud'homme: Truly inspiring! I started reading and could not put it down. What happened to you could have happened to any one of us, but not all of us could have showed such strenght and courage. Thank you for sharing your story and for being the best role model anybody could ever want or need.

Clint Coe: An intriguing life story. True strength such as yours can only come within.

Sue Chrush Reid: Nathalie, you are an inspiration to me and to so many people. Despite your disabilities, you live your life to the fullest. You are one of the kindest and most sincere person that I know. You did not hold back when you wrote your book which shows just how honest you are as well as forgiving. I don’t know anyone else who would have achieved everything you did under your circumstances. You are truly amazing! I met you when you were only 8 years old. You didn’t speak a word of English and you were pretty shy but you grew into a very bubbly and happy little girl that I loved spending time with. You were like my little sister for a period of my life. When I heard about your stroke, I was heart broken. I was on my way to college and moving away to the city. I always got updates about your condition and I knew that I would reconnect with you someday. Thank goodness for social media, we were able to rebuild our friendship. We currently live in different continents and time zones but we are closer than ever. You have one of the best mothers anyone could ask for which is very comforting to see. My wish is to help you gain the independence that you deserve. I love you Nat! ...... Your friend, Sue Reid xox

Jan: We all have a disability, some physical, some emotional and reading Nathalie's life story made me realize what you said about accepting less than the best. Life is too short, make the best of it. Reading Nathalie's book shows me how courageous, warm and a happy person you are and how one can change his course of life to a better, fulfilled one. This is a book to always go back to when facing an obstacle......I love you!

 

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