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I created this site to share my experience in the hope it can help raise awareness and benefit other stroke survivors.

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Very weird to say, but my recovery started 18 months before my stroke. Sadly, at 32 years old, I stopped playing cricket and running because my knees were frustratingly sore.

I had a knee arthroscopy [minor keyhole surgery] - but the doctor found out I h...

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Obviously I am a sports nut and love playing and watching sports. Granted, I am watching less TV after my stroke because I have two young kids, and fatigue is an issue - but I still enjoy footy and Socceroos matches, test cricket and Olympic and Paralym...

Friday, March 23, 2018

I’ve always loved the Melbourne Marathon Festival. It combines so much of the things that make me happy. I love running because clears my mind, I love the fresh air, I love the city of Melbourne - especially in spring-time - and I love to challenge myse...

Saturday, November 26, 2016

“I don’t aspire to be president of the United States, I don’t want to be an Olympic gold medal winner, I don’t want to be a major league ball player, but I do small things within my capabilities and set reasonable goals by just saying, ‘I’m going to do...

Monday, October 24, 2016

Everyone has dreams.  My dreams are normally weird (in general) and sometimes very vivid and not relevant or no meaning and very random. Sometimes I can't remember or I have forgotten the dream.

One recurring dream I have is about running. Prior to my st...

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  About Me  

Paul Fink is lucky to be alive. His family was nearly torn apart when - aged just 34, he suffered a massive stroke.

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