Soul-Enriching Book Reaches Out to Brain Surgery Patients and their Families

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Author Delores Beecham shares her personal accounts of recovering from a life-threatening illness

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Moving, motivating and invigorating, BRAIN SURGERY AND RECOVERY FROM A PATIENT’S POINT OF VIEW gives refreshing insights and uplifting perspective about hope and positivity. Author Delores Beecham shares her personal story of survival as she reveals how she was able to fight for her life during the recovery process of her surgical operation. A testament to the unwavering strength of the human spirit, which thrives despite adversities and trials, this story will inspire millions of patients who went through the same overwhelming feat and lived to tell the whole world about it.

Life is a blessing and to those who were able to overcome the physical, psychological and emotional pains of brain surgery, their second lives become much more symbolic and meaningful. In BRAIN SURGERY AND RECOVERY FROM A PATIENT’S POINT OF VIEW, readers will learn to appreciate the value of their own health as they see themselves through the eyes of Delores Beecham, a strong and courageous woman who was diagnosed with having brain tumor. In the awe-inspiring pages of this book, one will learn to appreciate the day-to-day efforts of a spiritually determined fighter who endured those long and excruciating hours of treatment and recovery.

Having gone through, not one, but two brain surgeries, Beecham hands the torch of wisdom and strength to many readers through her groundbreaking literary work. Sharing her secrets in maintaining an optimistic attitude in every step of the way, BRAIN SURGERY AND RECOVERY FROM A PATIENT’S POINT OF VIEW is a treasure that will help thousands of patients and families as they relentlessly seek to find the light at the end of a dark tunnel.

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About the Author
Delores Beecham was born in the early forties in Vicksburg, Mississippi, to Henry and Esther Beecham. She is the younger of two children. Her family moved to California when she was four years old. She attended the California school system until age fifteen. At sixteen, her family moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she attended school and graduated from Rufus King High School. Her father was a pastor of a large Baptist church. Her mother was a loving homemaker. The author married at age nineteen and had three children. Her marriage ended after twenty-four years. Now, she is writing this book to help other brain surgery patients.

Publication Date: April 5, 2010
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