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    What Gives Me Peace

    A heart at peace, gives life to the body. – Proverbs 14:30 I didn’t expect a lifequake. One hiccup at sixteen years old having had a grand mal seizure, however most of my life, my stride was smooth sailing without…

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    Thanks, Epilepsy!

    It’s hard to imagine thanking anything or anyone that has barged into your life unexpected and flipped it entirely upside down. Stirring your emotions in a tornadic way. Leaving you with many uncertainties and feelings of worry or fear. Almost…

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    What Epilepsy Reminds Me

    Nearly ten years. It has been a long journey and within this journey, I have learned so much, experienced so much, wrestled so many emotions, have had the opportunity to forge so many long lasting friendships with others who too…

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    On My Own: Life With Epilepsy

    “Humbled by what I’ve lost. Blessed by all I’ve gained.” – Tiffany Kairos Click To Tweet Life with a diagnosis can change many things. It can change your entire life. For better or challenge you for a time. When I…

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    Not According To Plan

    “The two most powerful warriors are patience and time.” – Leo Tolstoy I tucked myself into bed after a long and tedious sixteen year old, Jr. High School day. Drifting and floating thoughts of the following day. Schoolwork, teachers, friends,…

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    What Epilepsy Did

    Along my epilepsy journey, I’d come across a profound poem that most know of, titled “What Cancer Cannot Do.” This powerful poem proclaims statements such as, “it cannot silence courage,” “it cannot destroy peace,” “it cannot shatter hope.” This had…

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    I Have Epilepsy and It’s Okay

    When an unfortunate circumstance barges into our lives, by instinct a lot of us are flooded with emotions of panic, worry, anger, frustration, even depression. Swept off of our feet by unpleasant feelings. Taken by the hand, we do the…

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    Beyond The Physical Effects: Epilepsy

    Many people that are unfamiliar first-hand with the neurological condition epilepsy, believe that a person who has epilepsy or seizures, solely experience the event, recovers, returns to taking anti-seizure medication(s), perhaps a doctors visit here and there, and life goes…

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    Dear Epilepsy, You Lose

    You strutted into my life unwelcome acting like a rock star. Taking center stage within my brain. Shocking and stunning my body whenever you felt the urge. I experience a surge of electricity that drains me. Yeah, at first I…