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  1. Great review! I’ve seen this book in the store but wasn’t really sure what the point of it was. I wasn’t aware that women and men could experience concussions so differently. A good friend of mine suffered a bad concussion last winter and she is still recovering in many ways.

  2. I’m surprised this collection doesn’t mention domestic violence. Many women who experience violence at home have repeat concussions, more so than even athletes. Their brains can actually change, affecting their personalities — which may make it harder for family and friends to support the victim if their personality becomes challenging.

  3. Oh man that’s rough. Yes, this book may be good for her then, I think it’s comforting to know you’re not alone in these cases

  4. Hm you’re right that this collection doesn’t include anyone who experienced concussion due to violence, but what you are saying makes sense (sadly)

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