Dan Gottlieb, 'Learning from the Heart' He's helped many people through painful passages in their lives. And he's faced his own: Since a near-fatal auto accident in 1979, he's been paralyzed from the chest down. Gottlieb has had nearly three decades to come to terms with the changed circumstances of his body — but now, he fears, that body may be growing tired.
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Dan Gottlieb, 'Learning from the Heart'

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