My Brain Damafe, Unedited

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This wpost is entirely unedited to show how my isseus with using my left sidde are manageable but still super frustratin.

My stroek was on my right sideof my btain so it effects the elft side of my body. My recovery was pretty miraculous ansd I’m super blsssed to not have larger defecits.

Still, one issue i have is typing. Espeicially as I get tired my let hand jsut lags or doesnt have the stregnth in a finer to hit the key I’m looking ffor so it takes along time t o get teh result that I’m looking for.

A majoiity of my jo b involves typing, so this level of correction is cumbersom and slows my work down quite a bit. It has helped me to encouage coworkes to stop by and have a convo instad of only messaging.

Other smaller things thsi effects is waving or clapping. I can’t clap on beat nad when i wave with my lfeft hand I feel like an idiot, teh cadnce is just off.

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This post is entirely unedited to show how my issues with using my left side are manageable, but still super frustrating.

My stroke was on my right side of my brain so it effects the left side of my body. My recovery was pretty miraculous and I’m super blessed to not have larger deficits.

Still, one issue I have is typing. Especially as I get tired my let hand just lags or doesn’t have the strength in a finger to hit the key I’m looking for so it takes along time to get the result that I’m looking for.

A majority of my job involves typing, so this level of correction is cumbersome and slows my work down quite a bit. It has helped me to encourage coworkers to stop by and have a convo instead of only messaging.

Other smaller things this effects is waving or clapping. I can’t clap on beat and when I wave with my left hand I feel like an idiot, the cadence is just off.

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