Once your serious traumatic injury -- upper leg bone shattered by a bullet, arm crushed by a workplace machine, skull cracked by an 80-mile-a-hour windshield impact -- is healed enough for you to return to your real life, will it really BE your real life anymore?
This painful question and the complex tangle of emotional and psychological after-effects it refers to has been at the center University of Pennsylvania professor Therese Richmond's research for decades. And it's the subject of a lengthy interview in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
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