A Family Unites to Save and Protect Their Child
LEESBURG, VA, June 21, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Mother and father battle incredible odds when their three-year-old suffers a traumatic brain injury due to the negligence of another driver. Not knowing if their daughter would ever wake up from a coma to dealing with a disabled toddler through her teen years, they remain committed to her and each other as their pediatric neurosurgeon calls Olivia, “The Miracle Child”.
The inspiring story of trauma, resilience, and hope. The memoir, “The Miracle Child: Traumatic Brain Injury and Me”, narrates the day’s event leading up to the tragedy along with the hospitalization and recovery that spans almost two decades. Only two family members were injured, however, the entire family was affected. Kelly and Michael Lang share their intimate feelings during this time describing all their inner thoughts and pain. During their struggles, they illustrate how their marriage became stronger even when setbacks brought new challenges. “The Miracle Child: Traumatic Brain Injury and Me” is an inspirational story of a little girl’s will to survive and her parent’s desires to give her a full life while also learning to advocate for all those affected by brain injury.
Michael and Kelly Lang’s memoir, “The Miracle Child: Traumatic Brain Injury and Me” is a brutally honest and compelling accounting of a tragic car accident that left Olivia, their three-year-old daughter, in a coma with a traumatic brain injury. Readers will be inspired by the Lang’s over-riding commitment to family during countless medical challenges that ultimately earned Olivia the nickname, “The Miracle Child.”
– Lee Woodruff, #1 New York Times best-selling author, “In an Instant”
“The story is applicable to anyone going through the same or similar emotions, uncertainties, and decisions. A Miracle Child is tragic, upsetting, touching and inspirational. It demonstrates the power of the human spirit and provides examples of how to help during difficult times.”
– Richard Erenbaum, Colonel, U.S. Army Retired
Kelly and Michael Lang, share their alternating and unique thoughts over the days and years following a tragic car incident that fractured their family and their lives.
“The Miracle Child: Traumatic Brain Injury and Me” demonstrates persistence, faith, acceptance, and above all, the commitment of family. Reserve your copy of “The Miracle Child: Traumatic Brain Injury and Me” by visiting Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and more outlets to come. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad and the Brain Injury Association of Virginia.
For more information, please visit www.themiraclechild.org.
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