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"Rising from Hell answers all the questions." --Dr. Bernie Siegel The victim of a devastating motorcycle accident, author John Kennedy Rizzo knows too well of the social, spiritual, and medical aspects of traumatic brain injury. Rising from Hell traces his path through partial paralysis, incapacitating depression and terrifying panic attacks. On his long road to rehabilita "Rising from Hell answers all the questions." --Dr. Bernie Siegel The victim of a devastating motorcycle accident, author John Kennedy Rizzo knows too well of the social, spiritual, and medical aspects of traumatic brain injury. Rising from Hell traces his path through partial paralysis, incapacitating depression and terrifying panic attacks. On his long road to rehabilitation, Rizzo discovered ways to overcome impossible odds. He speaks with compassion and wisdom as he encourages brain-injured people to find their way to the enabled life that may well lie within their grasp. Born in the Bronx, New York, John Kennedy Rizzo moved to Connecticut for graduate school and a subsequent teaching career. He earned a BS in sociology an MS in urban studies and a 6th Year Degree in Secondary Education Management. He currently conducts research on access and mobility for the disabled. Please watch for his next book, German Willy, a true story of his father befriending an enemy soldier during WWII in Nazi Germany.


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"Rising from Hell answers all the questions." --Dr. Bernie Siegel The victim of a devastating motorcycle accident, author John Kennedy Rizzo knows too well of the social, spiritual, and medical aspects of traumatic brain injury. Rising from Hell traces his path through partial paralysis, incapacitating depression and terrifying panic attacks. On his long road to rehabilita "Rising from Hell answers all the questions." --Dr. Bernie Siegel The victim of a devastating motorcycle accident, author John Kennedy Rizzo knows too well of the social, spiritual, and medical aspects of traumatic brain injury. Rising from Hell traces his path through partial paralysis, incapacitating depression and terrifying panic attacks. On his long road to rehabilitation, Rizzo discovered ways to overcome impossible odds. He speaks with compassion and wisdom as he encourages brain-injured people to find their way to the enabled life that may well lie within their grasp. Born in the Bronx, New York, John Kennedy Rizzo moved to Connecticut for graduate school and a subsequent teaching career. He earned a BS in sociology an MS in urban studies and a 6th Year Degree in Secondary Education Management. He currently conducts research on access and mobility for the disabled. Please watch for his next book, German Willy, a true story of his father befriending an enemy soldier during WWII in Nazi Germany.

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