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I Can Start Broken

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On a summer afternoon in 1968, a small boy was born with a severe lymphatic malformation at Elliot Hospital in Manchester, New Hampshire. Within days, he was fighting for his life. In desperation, the boy was rushed to Children’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.

That child was me.

Seven months after birth, I left the hospital, only to return a short
Kindle Edition, 101 pages
Published November 23rd 2013
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May 15, 2014 Beth Sammons rated it it was amazing

wow, an insightful story of living with disabilities. everyone always says ' as long as they are born healthy' when talking about the blessing of the birth of a child I felt that way too until a friend's child was born with a cleft palate, it was genetic in her family but they way they handle it with grace, patience and love is so inspiring. every child is a blessing and I believe we are only given what we can handle.
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