"To re-learn something you have loved is torture of the soul." Louis De LaForet

A journalist, regaining his writing ability  https://redoable.wordpress.com/

 

Louis

 

A young woman, experiencing a normal heel-toe gait  http://mindpop.net/2011/08/16/heel-toe/

 

Dancer

 

 Actors with aphasia, telling their stories on film https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1540144818

 

Aphasiapostersouth21

 

and

 https://www.facebook.com/bloesemdefilm

 

Bloesm

 

 

Artists with aphasia:  https://lenupin.wordpress.com/ 

https://lenupin.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/self-potrait-2006-22x30-ball-pen.jpg?w=464&h=681

 

 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gary-E-Bachers/100850099575

Screen-capture

 

https://www.facebook.com/mdrylewicz

Dryl

http://500px.com/JeffBuchanan

Jeffbuch

Thank you, from those of us who listen, watch, and learn from your soul’s journey.

 

 

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About Shirley Morganstein

I am a life participation therapist for people with aphasia, exploring the relational and reflective process.
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One Response to "To re-learn something you have loved is torture of the soul." Louis De LaForet

  1. Hypatia Pickens says:

    I’m touched by this. An amateur studying Wernicke’s aphasia and painting.

    Like

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