• Awareness,  Epilepsy

    The Road Doesn’t End Here

    One of the most difficult challenges since my diagnosis with epilepsy is finding reliable means of transportation. Sure. I have my husband and members of family who extend their willingness to help me get to and from where I want…

  • Epilepsy,  Personal

    Secondary Epilepsy

    “Because I love you, because I care for you, because I know what you endure… you will never endure alone.” – Chris Kairos December 11, 2008, what seemed like a normal day, while at work, I received a call that…

  • Epilepsy

    Life With Epilepsy In Public

    “Do you know where you are?” “Can you tell me who the President is?”   These are examples of questions I have been asked when I find myself uncomfortably lying on the floor in a public area. My brain is…

  • Epilepsy

    How To Love Yourself Despite Epilepsy

    When epilepsy enters into your life, it can take a massive shot at your self-esteem. You’re not able to do certain things you once could do, you’ve got to rely on others for help, the medications that you take have…

  • 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

    Epilepsy Quirks

    Since my epilepsy diagnosis, a stone’s throw away from a decade, the journey hasn’t always been without its stumbles and trials. Regardless, I’ve learned quite a bit throughout these years. In having developed a tougher skin, absorbing wisdom and learning…

  • 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…