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Today’s guest blogger is LaRae Parry, aka the Crazy Lady. Formerly an artist, LaRae found herself on life support due to medical errors. In the course of learning to read again, she gave birth to a successful writing career. LaRae joins us today to share a heart-warming, rib-tickling excerpt from her eye-opening book, Life Support Dang Near Killed Me. – byh
In 2005, I was on life support after a routine gall bladder surgery went terribly wrong. Part of the medical debacle was sort of my fault. The other 90 percent was the surgeon’s.
I had been warned by that protective intuition that we all have within us not to have the surgery. I was sick with a sinus infection—too sick for surgery. I can’t say that I wasn’t warned . . . but, and here’s the hard part—I trusted the surgeon over my premonition.
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