2021 Dallas Walk to END Epilepsy
The fight to end epilepsy starts with us! Join the Epilepsy Foundation’s efforts to raise awareness and fundraise for the epilepsy community. Fight for every 1 in 26 people who will be diagnosed with epilepsy in their lifetime.
Dear Epilepsy, So much has happened since our last painful encounter, and, with each passing moment, I marvel at all the good that has come out of all the bad. Although I can’t say I miss you, I cannot deny the beauty in your double-edge. The limitations you set for me are infuriating and, atContinue reading “Monday Reflections: Epilepsy’s Double Edge”
Disappointed in myself is what I am today. I’ve done so well just to ruin everything for one minor mistake due to simple laziness. Last night, one of my many medication alarms went off, but I failed to get up to take my medicine. So, what was so important that I couldn’t just get upContinue reading “There is little to no room for a slip-up with epilepsy”
Oh, what a week it has been! Last week quickly came and went before I knew it. I was busy fundraising for The Walk to END Epilepsy, and it has been really fun and a lot more successful than I thought it would be. I was worried being socially distanced would make fundraising slightly moreContinue reading “Monday Reflections: The Power of Social Media and Kindness”
What is epilepsy, and what are seizures?
I just got diagnosed with epilepsy, what should I do?
Epilepsy is more than just seizures, and there is a lot of information to learn about this neurological disorder. When I first started my epilepsy journey, it was a very confusing and frustrating time. There were a lot of things I didn’t know or understand.
After some research, I learned there are many resources available to help you find the information and help you need. To get you started, here are links to places that helped me at the beginning and some I found along the way.
This blog is dedicated to supporting every person living with epilepsy. It is about spreading epilepsy awareness, and chronicling my journey with epilepsy.