Getting Out

by – GREG SIOFER (Author)

My Story Plus The Exercises And Experience I Learned That Can Help You Get Out From The Wheelchair 

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Book Description:

Enjoy a great reading experience when you buy the Kindle edition of this book.

Getting Out has won a Gold Award at Next Generation Indie Book Awards 2022 the Silver Award at Literary Titan 2021 and received an Honorary mention at the 2021 New York Book Festival.

HE HAD TWO OPTIONS, GIVE UP HOPE OR FIGHT AND GET HIS LIFE BACK. HE TOOK THE SECOND OPTION.

For Greg Siofer, a happily married young man, life was good, the sky was bright and the future seemed full of opportunities for him and his family, but his world was about to turn upside down. One night, he noticed he was a bit shaky and flimsy, and was starting to slur his words. it felt as if he had been drinking quite heavily, which was not the case.

HE WAS CONFUSED, SOMETHING WAS OFF WITH HIM…HE WONDERED WHAT THE HECK WAS HAPPENING

Next morning, still wobbly. He stared at his face in the mirror and splashed it with cold water, thinking it would soon go away. But then he looked closer at his eyes and could see that his pupils appeared different, that the black circles in the middle of the eyes were colossal, as if I had been drinking heavily…

THIS CANNOT BE REAL

“You have a cyst on your brain stem”. The neurologist informed him. He felt frozen at that moment. “It is located on a dangerous site we do not operate due to the risk involved” The doctor continued. But a million questions were rushing through his mind.

He started to get dizzy and nauseous. He was sent for another picture of his brain. The neurologist told him the cyst was growing in size, and they had no choice but to operate…

HE LOST THE ABILITY TO WALK AND WAS CONFINED TO A WHEELCHAIR.

It was late May 2008

Beaten up both physically and emotionally. That year he started a journey where he discovered his true self, regained control of his legs and his spirit.

Greg Siofer is now on a mission: to show others how they can do the same.

Inside his book, Getting Out, he will show you exactly how.

Reviews for the Book

This is not normally the type of book I would read but WOW I'm so glad I did. Your story brought tears to my eyes and your journey has been amazing.
-Charlie Bell, Author of Your Most Amazing Day Yet ★★★★★
For the readers, this is a must read since it will provide a different perspective than most books, telling a story like untold before.
--Anonymous ★★★★★
The reader will feel each moment of frustration when he fails and joy when he finally takes those first steps. The author's message is simple: find what motivates you, learn to accept changes will take time, and do not be afraid to push your body.
--Judy K ★★★★★
The unique selling point of this book is the author himself. "How can you write an article about relearning to walk if you have never relearned to walk?" Nothing in this book is based on research done in lab conditions by people who don't know what it feels like to be in a wheelchair. Everything mentioned in the book is something that Siofer has personally gone through, tried, and tested.
--Literary Titan ★★★★★

About the Author: GREG SIOFER

Greg Siofer was born in Poland and grew up in Hamilton, Ontario. He attained a diploma in Web Applications – Computer Systems Technician and today works online with people who need balance recovery help.

Following a brain cyst operation which severely affected his balance, Greg found himself confined to a wheelchair and experienced the pain and helplessness that this brings.

However, he fought back with self-belief and determination and his book, Getting Out: My Story Plus The Exercises And Experience I Learned That Can Help You Get Out From The Wheelchair, is designed to help others in similar circumstances.

Greg has also written a fictional book,

THE QUESTION

NAIRB’S STORIES BOOK ONE

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In his free time Greg enjoys reading, writing, exercising, spending time with his daughter and watching Netflix. He also runs a personal blog at www.iwillbewalking.com and www.aboutnairb.com.

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