I started to read I read some words i did not understand so after some research I saw a word.Stroke it’s a sad word that i know about,i had a flashback a little after I saw the word.It was a sunny day then my mom started crying talking to someone on the phone and told my that my dad had a stroke i was young at the time and didn’t know what it meant I just infered that it was something like a heartattack but it was more than just that.The first time I saw my dad after that was in the hospital he could not move his left leg or some of his face and could not talk that good. It was a long recovery he was like this for about a year and he stayed home for all that time which led to self esteem was going down because he could not work so my mom had to take on 2 jobs for money.but I still had my dad’s support from the day he got the stroke to a year after.after a while he started to come back to his former self it was a year after and he could almost make his words sound like english. His left leg came back; he could walk with a small limp and a week after he started talking again which made me and my mom cry it was so long for me to hear my dad talk.during the time he was hurt from the stroke his room smelled awful he had to defecate in a small pan under the chair that was my job to clean it up.
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