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I stand by that old expression that has been attributed to so many: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” I hate change but accept it–eventually.  

So I’m happy to announce on this snowy Christmas eve that The Tales of a Stroke Patient and More blog has a new home. After over 700,000 readers around the world (except Antarctica), I switched apps, a treacherous step indeed, and so I had to change where it now resides: 

https://talesofastrokesurvivor.blog

Coupled with the location change was a name change. There were two: I dropped the article “The” and the unneeded “And More” in the title. And after almost 13 years, which just seem like last month, I am definitely a survivor.

My memory of that place, the dreaded rehab center in Pomona, New Jersey, still remains, and I’m reminded of another quote said by Edward de Bono: “A  memory is what is left when something happens and does not completely unhappen.” 

Anyway, so there it is. New location. New name. (And just in time for the) New Year.

But for all of you who don’t like change, I simply can’t detach from the old space. So the same blog, each time I write one, is appearing in 2 places: https://stroketales.blogspot.com/ and

https://talesofastrokesurvivor.blog/ 

 Enjoy!

Joyce Hoffman

Joyce Hoffman

Joyce Hoffman is one of the world's top 10 stroke bloggers according to the Medical News Today. You can find the original post and other blogs Joyce wrote in Tales of a Stroke Survivor. (https://talesofastrokesurvivor.blog)
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  1. The news of my diagnosed with this deadly disease called stroke was a shock to me although the mother of one of my colleagues died as a result of stroke that lasted for about 13 years. My first symptom started February 20, 2018. I went for winter shopping so I could come back to get dinner prepared. It started with dizziness. Accompanied with unusual headache that almost torn my head apart. Blurry visions wasn’t excluded. The whole of the prescribed drugs didn’t give a satisfactory results which prompted my search for treatment with less side effects. Gladly I got a cure to my one year and Seven months old Stroke with GREE-TAG Herbal cure from Dr. Allen Chase Rohan. Reach him via his email: [email protected]. you will have a change of story. live a better life because Stroke can’t stop you because GREE-TAG is here for you. Visit this blog: curetostroke.blogspot.com for every possible information you seek regarding Stroke.

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