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[SR: 1993372], Hardcover, [EAN: 9780982141915], The Way Things Are Publications, The Way Things Are Publications, Book, [PU: The Way Things Are Publications], The Way Things Are Publications, End of the Trail is an autobiographical account of Route 66 enthusiast Dan Rice's eight-year struggle with Traumatic Brain Injury. His Hollywood life and high-paced track to a Ph.D. in Psychology was abruptly derailed in 2002 when he suffered severe brain injuries in a near-fatal car accident. A long and painful road to recovery began only after a desperate period of depression, anger, sadness, insomnia, vertigo, suicidal ideations, and an increasing inability to understand the world around him. The book, written about the accident and struggle to recovery is told from the vantage point of Route 66, intertwining Rice's journey to recovery with his lifelong passion for the historic Mother Road that is in its own struggle for survival. The book's title refers to a historic sign that once marked the western end of Route 66 in Santa Monica. To Rice, the sign represents a milestone in his recovery when he overcame all odds and replaced the missing historic sign at the Santa Monica Pier with other Route 66 advocates demonstrating that he is living the life of his dreams in full recovery. Rice explores the desperate conditions he and his family lived in before the injury was diagnosed and as he began his recovery tells also of the story of Route 66. The historic Mother Road's own struggle for survival mirrors Rice's and is used as a metaphor to demonstrate the path of recovery and the importance of raising awareness for the victims and their families. End of the Trail was written to bring needed information, warning signs, and insights to victims and their families, but is also about providing hope and demonstrating that the trail's end is well worth the journey., 4744, Motivational, 4736, Self-Help, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 2, Biographies & Memoirs, 2327, Arts & Literature, 2365, Ethnic & National, 300960, Family & Childhood, 2376, Historical, 2396, Leaders & Notable People, 3048891, Memoirs, 916928, People, A-Z, 2419, Professionals & Academics, 2429, Reference & Collections, 1043842, Regional Canada, 2430, Regional U.S., 2437, Specific Groups, 2446, Sports & Outdoors, 300961, Travel, 11314, True Accounts, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 4682, Mental Health, 4683, Abuse & Self Defense, 11128, Anxiety Disorders, 4693, Bipolar, 282909, Codependency, 11146, Compulsive Behavior, 16311461, Dementia, 4689, Depression, 15992951, Dissociative Disorders, 282910, Dreams, 282911, Eating Disorders, 11170, Emotions, 4739, Happiness, 4694, Mood Disorders, 600620, Personality Disorders, 16311441, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, 282839, Postpartum Depression, 4695, Schizophrenia, 10, Health, Fitness & Dieting, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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End of the Trail is an autobiographical account of Route 66 enthusiast Dan Rice's eight-year struggle with Traumatic Brain Injury. His Hollywood life and high-paced track to a Ph.D. in Psychology was abruptly derailed in 2002 when he suffered severe brain injuries in a near-fatal car accident. A long and painful road to recovery began only after a desperate period of depression, anger, sadness, insomnia, vertigo, suicidal ideations, and an increasing inability to understand the world around End of the Trail is an autobiographical account of Route 66 enthusiast Dan Rice's eight-year struggle with Traumatic Brain Injury. His Hollywood life and high-paced track to a Ph.D. in Psychology was abruptly derailed in 2002 when he suffered severe brain injuries in a near-fatal car accident. A long and painful road to recovery began only after a desperate period of depression, anger, sadness, insomnia, vertigo, suicidal ideations, and an increasing inability to understand the world around him. The book, written about the accident and struggle to recovery is told from the vantage point of Route 66, intertwining Rice's journey to recovery with his lifelong passion for the historic Mother Road that is in its own struggle for survival. The book's title refers to a historic sign that once marked the western end of Route 66 in Santa Monica. To Rice, the sign represents a milestone in his recovery when he overcame all odds and replaced the missing historic sign at the Santa Monica Pier with other Route 66 advocates demonstrating that he is living the life of his dreams in full recovery. Rice explores the desperate conditions he and his family lived in before the injury was diagnosed and as he began his recovery tells also of the story of Route 66. The historic Mother Road's own struggle for survival mirrors Rice's and is used as a metaphor to demonstrate the path of recovery and the importance of raising awareness for the victims and their families. End of the Trail was written to bring needed information, warning signs, and insights to victims and their families, but is also about providing hope and demonstrating that the trail's end is well worth the journey. Books, Biography & Autobiography~~General, End-of-the-Trail~~Dan-Rice, 1054595, End Of The Trail, Dan Rice, Angela Hooper (Editor), Jennifer Havenner (Editor), Jeremy Davidson (Photographer), 0982141912, The Way Things Are Publications, , , , , The Way Things Are Publications

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End of the Trail is an autobiographical account of Route 66 enthusiast Dan Rice's eight-year struggle with Traumatic Brain Injury. His Hollywood life and high-paced track to a Ph.D. in Psychology was abruptly derailed in 2002 when he suffered severe brain injuries in a near-fatal car accident. A long and painful road to recovery began only after a desperate period of depression, anger, sadness, insomnia, vertigo, suicidal ideations, and an increasing inability to understand the world around him. The book, written about the accident and struggle to recovery is told from the vantage point of Route 66, intertwining Rice's journey to recovery with his lifelong passion for the historic Mother Road that is in its own struggle for survival.The book's title refers to a historic sign that once marked the western end of Route 66 in Santa Monica. To Rice, the sign represents a milestone in his recovery when he overcame all odds and replaced the missing historic sign at the Santa Monica Pier with other Route 66 advocates demonstrating that he is living the life of his dreams in full recovery.Rice explores the desperate conditions he and his family lived in before the injury was diagnosed and as he began his recovery tells also of the story of Route 66. The historic Mother Road's own struggle for survival mirrors Rice's and is used as a metaphor to demonstrate the path of recovery and the importance of raising awareness for the victims and their families.End of the Trail was written to bring needed information, warning signs, and insights to victims and their families, but is also about providing hope and demonstrating that the trail's end is well worth the journey. Books Books ~~ Biography & Autobiography~~ General End-of-the-Trail~~Dan-Rice The Way Things Are Publications "End of the Trail" is an autobiographical account of Route 66 enthusiast Rice's eight-year struggle with Traumatic Brain Injury. His Hollywood life and high-paced track to a Ph.D. in Psychology was abruptly derailed in 2002 when he suffered severe brain injuries in a near-fatal car accident, and a long and painful road to recovery began.

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Rice, Dan, D. V. M.

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End of the Trail

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9780982141915

"End of the Trail" is an autobiographical account of Route 66 enthusiast Rice's eight-year struggle with Traumatic Brain Injury. His Hollywood life and high-paced track to a Ph.D. in Psychology was abruptly derailed in 2002 when he suffered severe brain injuries in a near-fatal car accident, and a long and painful road to recovery began.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780982141915
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0982141912
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: Way Things Are Publications
242 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,513 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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