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The Journey of Jesse Sandy

“To be released from prison, then survive a serious accident and sustain a severe brain injury, is difficult to fathom.”

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By Ed Roth

Jesse Sandy wasn’t having a good night. He and his girlfriend were fighting and he thought that going to a bar would ease some tension. She didn’t want to join him, but his sister…

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Celebrating our relationships with self and others.

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