Videos of Alex



This video is a bit about how Alex was, and his accident. Please do share/tweet, the more viewers the better chance we'll raise money for vital rehabilitation costs...


Thankyou.

An updated video of Alex:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eT3CNHUF7Q&list=FLuKOzimONzuSMzSj7yqcBjQ


Further short videos of Alex's progress:

http://manic-mums.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/dear-alex-my-favourite-moment-this.html



4 comments:

  1. Brendan Derham5 May 2013 at 19:24

    i have just read your story in the You magazine. What has happended to your husband Alex was dredful but your sprit and determation for him and yiur children is just wonderful and i admire you so much. Kind regards Brendan Derham

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  2. I, too, have just read your story in You Magazine. It is sad and tragic, hopeful and inspiring. I wish you, Alex and your four beautiful children peace and happiness.
    Your love for your husband and strength of character is truly inspirational. Warmest wishes. Phyl.

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  3. I have just read your blog. You must be such a strong character to manage the way you have. I too have a partner with brain injury. His physical injuries were minimal thankfully, but its so hard trying to come to terms with the fact that he has so little memory of "us",and now thinks I'm his sister. I wish you and your family all the best,the children are probably bewildered but I do hope you manage to bring him home and have a family life.

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  4. Just wanted to say how amazing you are. Just found your story through a website search. My husband also suffered a massive brain injury at age 28. He was in a long coma. He came out of it. Had to relearn how to walk, talk, read and write. It's been 4.5 years now and he is driving, going back to work. We were told it would never happen. "Zero percent chance". The brain is an amazing thing and no one can predict it. Alex has age, time and love in his favour. Hang in there!

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