• Epilepsy,  Personal

    How I Upcycle Epilepsy In My Life

    “If you give up, you’ll have an attitude of resignation, of defeat that will affect—and infect—the rest of your life. Acceptance is empowering because it’s a choice you’ve made. Even if the outcome isn’t what you hoped for, you’re saying,…

  • 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…

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    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…

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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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    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…

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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,…