Two years ago, I had a surreal experience. I thought that I had died.
That statement is suspiciously ambiguous, I know, but it's true. I suffered sudden anaphylaxis in the wee hours of one Saturday morning alone in my bathroom, struggled to stay alive, blacked out, was conscious for a few more minutes, and then, in the words of my wife and daughter (who had awakened by this time), collapsed lifeless onto the bathroom floor.
From the time that I blacked out, I didn't come to any conscious sense until almost 30 hours later when I awoke in ICU.
When I awoke mid-morning on Sunday, I couldn't remember anything.
- I didn't know where I was
- I didn't know why there were people around me
- I couldn't make out what they were saying
- I couldn't communicate to them in a satisfactory way
Where I awoke
(Williamson Medical Center: Franklin, TN)
Hey, my experience isn't unique by any means. Thousands of people, I imagine, are saved from peril everyday. But next is where my story derailed me for a good month initially, and then for the better part of a year. It came back to me in little, unwanted memory-seizures, but I slowly realized that something happened to me while I was under. And it involved my consent.
I can't tell you the story here, or there's no reason for you to download this little book.
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My experience can help the friends and loved ones of those who return from a close call with what can seem to be a total lack of appreciation for all the efforts to bring them back.
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