Relentless: How A Massive Stroke Changed My Life For the Better

Having a stroke is a life changing experience, but it doesn’t have to be a bad one.

Carlos Amezcua sat down with author and stroke survivor Ted Baxter to talk about his experience and his book Relentless: How A Massive Stroke Changed My Life For the Better.

In 2005, Baxter was at the top of his game as a successful, globe-trotting businessman with a resume that would impress the best of the best. At the young age of 41, he was in peak physical condition and with no warning signs, Ted had a massive ischemic stroke. In Relentless, Ted shares his amazing journey of recovery to a life that is now impacting others.

The book is already receiving wonderful praise from individuals like actor and director, Kevin Sorbo, as well as doctors and medical professionals:

“I know what it feels like to lose everything because of a stroke, and I recognize Ted’s determination to make as complete a recovery as possible. Relentless is an inspiring story that I hope encourages others to approach their own recovery with the same resilience,” said Kevin Sorbo, actor, director and author.

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