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Till Death Do Us Part

Dealing with Brain Injury and Physical Aggression

by Derek A. Tong


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/1/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 174
ISBN : 9781490813431
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 174
ISBN : 9781490813424
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 174
ISBN : 9781490813448

About the Book

This memoir shares one individual’s journey and his testimony to the goodness of God. Entranced in the complexities of life, he was enjoying his childhood—until the accident …

A head injury has these components: physical, behavioral, psychological, physiological, perceptual, emotional, spiritual, and cognitive.

Till Death Do Us Part explores

  • struggles for dealing with the head-injured;
  • physical aggression and rage and whether they can be overcome;
  • family dynamics;
  • hope for the head-injured community; and
  • conflict tips.

In this book, you will read of some tragic behavior and its consequences. May you experience God’s peace as the details are sewn together.

“With God all things are possible” (Matthew 19:26 NIV).

This is a cursory glance at my life. It hones in on the head injury (TBI) I suffered as a youth. It traces my development into young adulthood and enters into my married life. My relationship with Dana is briefly romanticized and the arrival of our children glorified. The union with my beloved bride started to change dramatically over time. Often with the distractions in life, I lose my focus and then my cool. My head injury was the source of these changes. It became the greatest culprit of all. Unfortunately, my wife fell victim to my relentless physical aggression, albeit unintentionally. As the story unfolds, for my wife the question would be her reaction—Till Death Do Us Part … or not?


About the Author

Derek is a published writer of journal and newspaper articles. This is his first book. He was a teacher for twelve years. Currently, he coaches golf and researches head injuries and their accompanying neurological deficits. He is a reformed father who enjoys golfing and spending time with his wife and children when not working.