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Dealing with the emotional aspects of stroke rehab

Doctors have long known that strokes and other kinds of brain damage can change emotional functioning. After all, the brain is as much in charge of whether we feel sadness, empathy or apathy as it is of whether we can wiggle a toe. But there is growing recognition that emotional dysfunction following stroke, which can disrupt crucial relationships and undermine rehabilitation, has gotten short shrift as rehab programs focused on the more obvious physical signs of brain injury.

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