“Never say I Can’t” is the gripping, humorous, and occasionally devastating first person account of a serving police officer, who at 30 years of age, suffered a major stroke. In his own words, Philip Catshill recounts his battle against the odds to survive, to recover, and to succeed. "I don't know what the ambulance man did with my bucket. Where did the medical staff put their faces? Mine was in the bucket.It made sense to me. The doctors called it CVA. A few called it a stroke. I laughed. I thought it was a joke!"