- I’m not stupid, just disabled: some serious chitchat about life after a stroke By Wolfgang Haufe
- The Human Brain: A Guided Tour By Professor Susan Greenfield
- The Brain That Changes Itself By Dr Norman Doidge
- The Most Human Human By Brian Christian
- Life in Physics By Lise Meitner
- Language as a Window into Human Nature: The Stuff of Thought By Steven Pinker
- The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks By Rebecca Skloot
- Fixing My Gaze By Professor Susan Barry
- The Astonishing Hypothesis: The Scientific Search for the Soul By Dr Francis Crick
- Pieces of Mind: 21 Short Walks Around the Human Brain By Michael C. Corballis
I’m not stupid, just disabled: some serious chitchat about life after a stroke
By Wolfgang Haufe
Reviewed by: Jane Evans, PhD Student
A personal recollection of the journey following a stroke, this book provides the unique perspective of a stroke survivor. One man’s story is interspersed with observations about life following stroke.
I personally came away with a greater sense of awareness. I think anyone who has had, or knows someone who has suffered a stroke is likely to take home something from this book. Even if it is simply the ability to better relate to people with a disability.