• Epilepsy

    Epilepsy & That Time Of The Month

    Yep. I’m going there. That awkward, not-often talked about subject coupled with epilepsy. First thing’s first. That time of the month sucks. An unwelcome guest that barges in and makes itself home every month, with us ladies. Sometimes we feel…

  • Epilepsy,  Personal

    Epilepsy Quirks

    The journey in living with epilepsy hasn’t always been without its stumbles and trials. Regardless, I’ve learned quite a bit throughout the years. In having developed a tougher skin, absorbing wisdom and learning more each day, it’s important to not…

  • Epilepsy

    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…

  • Epilepsy

    How I Thrive With Epilepsy

    I want to thrive. Not just survive. Early this morning, I took a look outside, where our flowers grow. I knelt down and glanced at the cherry red flower pot soaking in the morning sun. Inside this flower pot held…

  • Epilepsy

    A Wild Epilepsy Journey

    “I knew that if I allowed fear to overtake me, my journey was doomed. Fear, to a great extent, is born of a story we tell ourselves, and so I chose to tell myself a different story from the one…

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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…

  • Epilepsy,  Uncategorized

    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,…