Feeling isolated? We've got some communication tips

Coping with the effects of stroke can sometimes be an isolating and lonely experience. But it's important to remember you’re not alone.

Understanding and managing emotionalism after your stroke

Emotionalism is when a stroke affects your ability to control your mood and emotions. You may find that your mood changes very quickly, sometimes for no reason at all.

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