Maybe it was all the noise from the incident his father created. This could actually be a breakthrough in waking people up from comas.
I had a buddy in a coma back in 2001 and I would go to the hospital every day and put his headphones on him and play Michael Jackson and his feet would move and he’d grip my fingers with his hands and a few days later he began to wake up. Right after that they moved him to another hospital to help him recover. Unfortunately the hospital did not clean his trac tube out enough and he drowned on his own saliva.
Maybe if we bang on pots and pans in the room of coma patients, it may wake the brain up.
I’m happy it all worked out for him.
It is time to make an end to domestic violence, and this can only happen if we hear the silent cries of all human victims, regardless of gender!
Going the extra mile is the perfect opportunity to raise public awareness of invisible domestic violence against men — no longer perceived as merely a woman's issue — defending HisRights and to educate about the prevalence of abuse, and treat all victims, with equal rights.