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Thoo, Thoo! Counting my blessings

Author Name: Rahul Bhalla | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

Thoo, Thoo! Counting my blessings is about my experience and my family’s experience with a severe case of COVID-19. Many have experienced this, yet very little is written about the family’s tryst with COVID. Told from the perspective of a patient and his family, this book is a unique narration of the ups and downs a patient goes through from diagnosis to discharge including one-week in the ICU. It’s a story, straight from the heart. 

This is one of those few illnesses in which the patient fights alone as no attendant is allowed in COVID hospitals. In a close-knit family though, the patient is never alone. The family suffers too, but with different anxieties. But through this suffering there are many positives me and my family experienced. And some important lessons were learned along the way. 

A 5% survival chance and recuperating from less than 20% lung capacity are not very favorable odds. And at times it felt like I would succumb as many around me did. But the strength I derived from my family and friends, from the selfless contributions of frontline medical professionals, and from the inherent goodness of the human soul is what helped me beat the odds. It’s a story of positivity, humility and eternal gratitude.

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Rahul Bhalla

Rahul Bhalla, 52, is a son, brother, husband and father in that chronological order. He is a seasoned Senior Corporate Executive having worked across countries and cultures. He is blessed to have survived COVID-19. He is blessed to have such a caring family and close circle of friends. And he is blessed to have been the beneficiary of many sacrifices by front-line medical workers. Humbled and grateful.