This is the kind of book you should read when you think you have had a bad day. Patrick Souiljaert was deprived of oxygen for the first 4 minutes of his life and consequently denied the gift of easy movement and speech for the remainder of it. This brutally frank autobiography tells of someone with Cerebral Palsy, who needs crutches for walking and eats stairs for breakfast when he falls. It may sound like a depressing read, but it isn't. Patrick's sense of humour and love of his fellow human beings shines through. His recall is amazing, his perception stunning. You, the reader, will share what it is like to have a profound physical disability, what it is like to have people patronise you when your IQ is several notches above those patronising you. You will laugh, you will cry and you will never feel sorry for yourself again.
Stairs for Breakfast: An Inspiring Memoir by a Man with Cerebral Palsy Who Doesn't Let Anything Stand in His Way
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