What's it like to survive a stroke?by Holly Lanesmith
It was a cold December day in 2019— Christmas Day, to be exact, when Mitch Tublin experienced something he never saw coming.
He was about ready to hop in the car with his family to drive to a Christmas family gathering—only, his son noticed that something seemed off with Mitch.
It wasn’t long before his family admitted him to the hospital, where it was soon discovered that something was terribly wrong.
Mitch Tublin became a stroke survivor that day, and lives to share his story.
Mitch is a friend whom I have known for years, and an active and loyal member of the Empowered Living family. Mitch’s journey of survival and recovery hasn’t been an easy one, but nonetheless, he has pushed through some of life’s biggest hurdles, and is now on a journey of health and wellness, on a mission to propel forward positive change.
Did you know that every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke?
Each day, lives are lost due to strokes. My own grandmother passed away from a stroke. I wish there was something we could have done to prevent it, as we all do. I’m sure you know of someone who has either encountered a stroke or lost their life due to one.
Whether you’ve suffered a stroke, know someone who has, or even faced other health challenges, come be encouraged and inspired this Saturday on the Empowered Living platform as Mitch Tublin shares some practical nuggets to help you on your own health journey.
Also, before I sign off, have you ever considered the following questions?
What makes you more susceptible to having a stroke? What are some common signs that occur when you’re having a stroke, and what can you do to lessen your likelihood of having a stroke in the future?
You can learn more about this, as well as Mitch’s story, this Saturday at 9:30am (ET) as I interview him on Facebook LIVE on the Empowered Living platform.>> www.facebook.com/empoweredlivingcommunity