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Humorist Cathy Crimmins has written a deeply personal, wrenching, and often hilarious account of the effects of traumatic brain injury, not only on the victim, in this case her husband, but on the family.

When her husband Alan is injured in a speedboat accident, Cathy Crimmins reluctantly assumes the role of caregiver and learns to cope with the person he has become. No longer the man who loved obscure Japanese cinema and wry humor, Crimmins'' husband has emerged from the accident a childlike and unpredictable replica of his former self with a short attention span and a penchant for inane cartoons. Where Is the Mango Princess? is a breathtaking account that explores the very nature of personality-and the complexities of the heart.

Outstanding Book Award Winner from the American Society of Journalists and Authors

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"[S]imply amazing. [An] astonishing alchemical story of tragedy and recovery."
--Anne Lamott, author of Traveling Mercies

"A portrait of family tragedy all the more poignant for mixing humor with blazing honesty."
-- Elle

"Transcends the subject of illness to become an inspiring meditation on the enduring nature of love."
-- Us Weekly

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Humorist Cathy Crimmins has written a deeply personal, wrenching, and often hilarious account of the effects of traumatic brain injury, not only on the victim, in this case her husband, but on the family.

When her husband Alan is injured in a speedboat accident, Cathy Crimmins reluctantly assumes the role of caregiver and learns to cope with the person he has become. No longer the man who loved obscure Japanese cinema and wry humor, Crimmins'' husband has emerged from the accident a childlike and unpredictable replica of his former self with a short attention span and a penchant for inane cartoons. Where Is the Mango Princess? is a breathtaking account that explores the very nature of personality-and the complexities of the heart.

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Humorist Cathy Crimmins has written a deeply personal, wrenching, and often hilarious account of the effects of traumatic brain injury, not only on the victim, in this case her husband, but on the family.
When her husband Alan is injured in a speedboat accident, Cathy Crimmins reluctantly assumes the role of caregiver and learns to cope with the person he has become. No longer the man who loved obscure Japanese cinema and wry humor, Crimmins'' husband has emerged from the accident a childlike and unpredictable replica of his former self with a short attention span and a penchant for inane cartoons. Where Is the Mango Princess? is a breathtaking account that explores the very nature of personality-and the complexities of the heart.

About the Author

Cathy Crimmins has written several humor books, and her articles have appeared in The Village Voice, Redbook, Readers’ Digest, and Glamour, among other publications. She received the Outstanding Book Award in General Nonfiction for Where is the Mango Princess? from the American Society of Journalists and Authors. She taught nonfiction writing at the University of Pennsylvania. She died in 2009 at the age of 54.

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Prologue
Accidents divide things into the great Before and After.
"Even before his brain injury, Alan had a hard time remembering names," I''ll say. "Since Daddy''s accident, I have to work more," I tell our daughter, Kelly. The brain injury community marks time by asking how long someone has been "out of" injury, the same way bereavement counselors ask how long your loved one has been dead. Six months out, two years out, ten years out.
Out of what, exactly?
Out of the giant crevice that has been exploded into the bedrock of your life.
Here''s how I see it: One day, you and your family are hiking across a long, solid plain, when out of the sky comes a blazing meteor that just happens to hit one family member on the head. The meteor creates a huge rift in the landscape, dragging the unlucky one down to the bottom of the crevice it has made. You spend the next year on a rescue mission, helping him climb to the top, but when he gets up there, you realize that he has been greatly changed by the hardship. He doesn''t know a meteor has hit him. He will never know, really. He only knows that he has spent a lot of time in a dark, confusing place. He left a lot of stuff behind, the stuff he was carrying with him, down in that big hole, and it''s impossible to get it all back.
How do you even get him out? Well, you and your family have to jump across the crevice first and then pull him up on the "other" side of your life. Or you have to stay on the side where you were, drag him out, and then all leap together to the other edge of the crater. It''s not easy. The chasm between the old life and the new is wider than you think. You could fall into the darkness yourself, trying to jump across.
And the damned crevice is always there, the bad-luck meteor stuck down inside it. You turn your back on it and go on, across that wide plain of life, again. But along the way you have to tell the improbable story of the meteor. You have to describe the big hole in the ground and the little holes it left behind. You dream about the crevice. You dream about the time before the meteor came down without warning. And you can never again hear about anyone getting hit on the head without knowing it is the beginning of a new and bewildering journey.
"Look at what he did with that light," says my husband, Alan, studying a canvas at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It''s the last day of the boffo, much-publicized C?zanne exhibit. Supplied with free last-minute tickets from friends, we jump at the chance to get in under the wire, though we know the gallery will be packed. Stories about the city''s C?zanne-crazed summer had reached us in airless hospital rooms, seeming more like reports from another planet than an event we could actually attend.
Alan has a long history of never going through an art exhibit just once. He circles it two or three times or more, returning to study individual paintings in detail. I''ve usually been cooling my heels in the gift shop for twenty minutes by the time he wanders in.
But today a weak, subdued version of Alan leans forward on a cane, gazing at C?zanne''s brushstrokes as he listens to the canned narration clamped onto his head. He has no spare energy to walk around the exhibit more than once -- he''ll have to drink in each painting in one thirsty gulp.
Right now I don''t care how long he spends in front of each painting. He can stay there all day, wearing his dorky headset and listening to the droning narrator a couple of times for each picture. I''ll wait.
"He can still analyze art!" I think. A revelation, like the one only a few weeks before: "He can still read!"
The brain is an amazing organ. The three-pound blob keeps lots of great information up there, like the lyrics to the Beverly Hillbillies theme song, the sensation of your first kiss, and the digits of your childhood phone numbers. Put your brain through a windshield at seventy miles an hour or bash it with a sledgehammer, and then it''s a crapshoot. You might remember something or you might not. You might not even recall who was in the room with you five minutes ago. You might not walk or talk again. You might never wake up from that coma. You might wake up and be nasty and aggressive. You might talk in jargon. You might only sing a sitcom theme song, over and over and over.
Alan''s brain got run over by a speedboat.
That last sentence reads like a bad country-western song lyric, but it''s true. It was a silly, horrible, stupid accident. Only months before touring the C?zanne paintings, Alan was lying in a coma in Kingston, Ontario. A Canadian government helicopter touched down on a highway near the remote lake where we were staying and rushed him to a teaching hospital. In the helicopter Alan began to have seizures and stopped breathing. By the time he was stabilized in the emergency room, doctors and nurses were telling me they didn''t know what would happen to him.
"You just love me for my brain," says Alan, smiling in his new affability. I laugh every time he says it, sharp tears stinging the corners of my eyes. We used that phrase all the time when we were work-obsessed graduate students newly in love. Now Alan uses it ironically. His brain has been damaged and will never be the same. His rehabilitation counselor says that the "old" Alan died on July 1, 1996, and a new one arose, created by the rivers and lakes of bruises that coursed over his brain as he lay unconscious in the days after his injury. He is a man with different frontal lobes, and a different personality to match.
Several weeks after his accident, while still in an addled state at a rehabilitation hospital, Alan told a doctor that he felt reborn. "That''s a common feeling among our brain injury patients," said Dr. Weinstein.
"I have a question, though," continued Al. "If I had to be reborn, how come I''m still forty-four years old?"

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Wendy U
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Selfish Wife becomes Selfish Caregiver
Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2018
I hated this book for several reasons, one the author never uses person-first language, she often describes her husband as a TBI guy. Two she is always describing her husband as a child and never sees him as a man with an injury. Three her depression and self-loathing is... See more
I hated this book for several reasons, one the author never uses person-first language, she often describes her husband as a TBI guy. Two she is always describing her husband as a child and never sees him as a man with an injury. Three her depression and self-loathing is evident and annoying, it screams that she needs therapy to better cope with her new role as a mother, wife, and caregiver. Four, the author''s elitism is evident when she feels entitled to certain health care services in her world. Most of the book is 160 pages of her whining and selfishness, it''s only within the first 20 pages and the last 50 pages where you get a better idea of her husband''s recovery and perspective. Not recommended for someone who has become a caregiver for a loved one with an injury or TBI.
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I wish I could give it a better review
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2015
Seeing the overwhelmingly wonderful reviews for this book, I had no reason to believe I would be disappointed. I was wrong. I want to be sure to say that the family has my full empathy. I know that what they have all gone through, and continue to go... See more
Seeing the overwhelmingly wonderful reviews for this book, I had no reason to believe I would be disappointed.
I was wrong.

I want to be sure to say that the family has my full empathy. I know that what they have all gone through, and continue to go through, is nothing I take lightly.

That said, the book was an account. I found myself cheering everyone on, of course....but not liking any of them. I appreciated the author''s honesty throughout, but I can''t say that I learned much about traumatic brain injury. I felt the book was a waste of my time and my money.
I sincerely wish this family the very, very best, but I do not recommend this book at all. Considering that the wife and author of the book is actually an author by profession, I was deeply disappointed.
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D. Frost
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In the same boat ...
Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2014
As the wife of another TBI survivor, I found myself nodding in understanding, with tears of shared memories sliding down my cheeks, over and over as I read this book. My husband was nearly killed when a large birch tree he was felling on our property ''kicked back'' and... See more
As the wife of another TBI survivor, I found myself nodding in understanding, with tears of shared memories sliding down my cheeks, over and over as I read this book.
My husband was nearly killed when a large birch tree he was felling on our property ''kicked back'' and swatted him like a fly. Like Al, he was air-lifted, close to death, to the nearest hospital trauma unit ... where I experienced much the same minute by minute, day by day nightmare Cathy describes so well.
The first hours, wondering if your husband will live or die ... days that feel like weeks, weeks that feel like months. And then reality hits ... rehab is a battle not only for the TBI survivor, struggling to swallow, speak or sit up, but for the caregiver as they fight equally hard for every benefit, every extra day of covered services ... along with the constant trauma and stress of wondering what the future will bring.
They call a severe TBI a ''life-altering event'' for good reason. it forever alters the life of not only the survivor but of their main caregivers as well. This is a well written book, full of the realities of life with a TBI survivor, without exaggeration.
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Nancy Turk
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A Testimony to life after traumatic brain injury
Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2020
This book gripped my attention from the first page. My heart went out to this family as I recognised symptoms shared by stroke victims and someone who came within inches of the point of no return. His recovery is nothing short of a miracle, and it installs hope for a... See more
This book gripped my attention from the first page. My heart went out to this family as I recognised symptoms shared by stroke victims and someone who came within inches of the point of no return. His recovery is nothing short of a miracle, and it installs hope for a similar return for others in that condition.
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L. Penny
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The Great Before and After
Reviewed in the United States on November 8, 2016
"Accidents divide things into the great Before and After." -from the Prologue. Where is the Mango Princess? is an honest, heart wrenching account of a family enduring a TBI. Cathy Crimmins holds back little in her blow-by-blow account of her husband''s... See more
"Accidents divide things into the great Before and After." -from the Prologue.

Where is the Mango Princess? is an honest, heart wrenching account of a family enduring a TBI. Cathy Crimmins holds back little in her blow-by-blow account of her husband''s bizarre boating accident that left him forever struggling with a brain injury. I would highly recommend this book to any of you close to someone suffering with a TBI. Not only is Crimmins’ story heartfelt and relatable, but it’s also informative and enlightening. A must-read for the TBI community.
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Reads Like a Novel
Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2008
This was one of four books that I had to read for an Intro to Communications Disorders class that I took last semester. I was pleasantly surprised what a good read it was. After reading this book I checked into my insurance to see how much coverage I would have for... See more
This was one of four books that I had to read for an Intro to Communications Disorders class that I took last semester. I was pleasantly surprised what a good read it was. After reading this book I checked into my insurance to see how much coverage I would have for accidents like this one. It also made me think about how fragile life is and how your life can turn on a dime. The brain is complex and vulnerable to trauma both externally and internally. The book also helped me to communicate with my husband about these kinds of accidents. If your language center gets damaged then you can''t communicate. I told him that if that happened to either one of us then one really helpful piece of advice is to find a book such as this to see whats going on in the injured person''s head. I really appreciate that people take the time to write about their experiences even very traumatic ones such as this.
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Kianne Medina
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Amazing book, Bad copy
Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2021
This book is great for learning about TBI and reading it through the caregiver perspective, but my book chapters are all out of whack. It jumps from chapter 4 to 9, then everything is jumbled and out of order after that. I was able to figure out that chapter 5 and part of 6... See more
This book is great for learning about TBI and reading it through the caregiver perspective, but my book chapters are all out of whack. It jumps from chapter 4 to 9, then everything is jumbled and out of order after that. I was able to figure out that chapter 5 and part of 6 is totally missing from the book. Super annoyed and I realized too late, so now I cant return either.
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Tara Manning
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Very interesting
Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2021
I had to buy this book for school, but it is so good I would have read it anyway! It is about a family''s journey after a traumatic brain injury. It is very easy to read and the author tells the story very well. Would definitely recommend reading this book, especially if you... See more
I had to buy this book for school, but it is so good I would have read it anyway! It is about a family''s journey after a traumatic brain injury. It is very easy to read and the author tells the story very well. Would definitely recommend reading this book, especially if you are curious about TBI.
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Lee
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A book of courage in the aftermath of a dreadful event.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 9, 2016
Having personally suffered a brain haemorrhage and all the after effects which follow, I''ve learned that the use of humour is essential. ''Where is the Mango Princess'', for me, encapsulates all the same emotions of dread : relief : frustration, (& so much more) which result...See more
Having personally suffered a brain haemorrhage and all the after effects which follow, I''ve learned that the use of humour is essential. ''Where is the Mango Princess'', for me, encapsulates all the same emotions of dread : relief : frustration, (& so much more) which result from any serious head injury. But this is not a dismal story. It''s a gutsy, no holds barred. often laugh-out-loud-amusing account of a wife''s heroic attempts to cope with home, work, child, finances, whilst supporting a critically injured husband. Cathy Crimmins had a natural talent for conveying all these emotions so succinctly, and with no self-pity or gratuitous horror, of her husband''s truly devastating accident which resulted in his life-threatening brain injury. This book clearly demonstrates how, in severe brain injury cases, the partner is cast, overnight, into the role of caring for a complete stranger with a whole new personality in which lack of inhibition is a serious issue, along with loss of empathy, and even the most basic skills. This is a rollercoaster journey from a happy family holiday to the depths of despair, many months of rehab and many more of trying to accept a strange new life for everyone involved. A marvellous book : I recommend it to anyone/everyone !
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Lammi
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Highly recommended.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 7, 2016
I was recommended this book after attending a two day conference on brain injury rehabilitation. As a Specialist Social Worker in a community brain injury rehabilitation centre I have both a professional and personal interest in this subject area. I was particularly pleased...See more
I was recommended this book after attending a two day conference on brain injury rehabilitation. As a Specialist Social Worker in a community brain injury rehabilitation centre I have both a professional and personal interest in this subject area. I was particularly pleased that this was an account from a ''Carers'' perspective describing the journey though rehabilitation and recovery from an angle that sometimes gets overlooked. Brain injury (in this case, traumatic brain injury) is often referred to as a ''hidden disability''. That is that there may be no overt physical effects but things may be very different cognitively. It is often the seemingly trivial things, the every day differences, and the personality that a loved one will notice but the outside world wouldn''t necessarily. This book focuses on a families journey thorough traumatic brain injury from the acute stage, community and into independence. It talks openly about the personal frustrations. Loss. Grief. The barriers. The insurance companies. And the elation. A roller coaster of emotions if ever there were one. It is a fascinating and honest insight into brain injury and the effects on ones family unit. Highly recommended to everyone, brain injury professional or not.
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Suzanne Williams
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So sad for the daughter….
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 15, 2019
A very honest and heart breaking account of life after Traumatic Brain Injury. My overwhelming feeling while reading this though was sadness for the daughter who was only 7 when it happened to her Dad. As a mum of a daughter the same age i find it impossible to imagine not...See more
A very honest and heart breaking account of life after Traumatic Brain Injury. My overwhelming feeling while reading this though was sadness for the daughter who was only 7 when it happened to her Dad. As a mum of a daughter the same age i find it impossible to imagine not keeping her close rather leaving her for extended lengths of time with others. So sad
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Meningioma! Not type2 Diabetes !
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 26, 2019
Fast delivery. Just started to read, so far so good - saw it referred to in The book "Touching Distance" by James Cracknell and Beverley Turner - These books have set me thinking about brain injury issue following my brain surgery for meningioma a year ago.
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Karen myers
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Very insightful read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 10, 2015
My brother has suffered a brain injury this year and my family were at a loss how to deal with his recovery from it. This book is a very open insightful journey through the life of a wife whose husband had suffered a severe brain trauma injury after a ski boat accident . I...See more
My brother has suffered a brain injury this year and my family were at a loss how to deal with his recovery from it. This book is a very open insightful journey through the life of a wife whose husband had suffered a severe brain trauma injury after a ski boat accident . I laughed and I cried but it really helped me in dealing with all the emotions of having someone you love go through such a traumatic injury .
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