Having epilepsy which is now under control has given me a deep desire to raise awareness about epilepsy through writing.
Mental health awareness has increased but is still a taboo. The important thing to remember is that you are not alone.
If it wasn’t for my mental illnesses.. http://shannondianax.com/2019/02/09/if-it-wasnt-for-my-mental-illnesses/ — Read on shannondianax.com/2019/02/09/if-it-wasnt-for-my-mental-illnesses/
Nocturnal Jerks have been commonplace for me for most of my life. I have not had it for some time. It came back like a thief in the night. Well, it snuck on me when I dozed off after a really nice Christmas lunch. I do not know what brought the sudden onset but the… Continue reading Nocturnal Jerks: A Friendly Reminder
If you have epilepsy then remember that you are not alone. There is a strong community behind each and everyone of us.
I strongly urge people to take this survey. This survey was retweeted by Epilepsy Research UK Epilepsy: Understanding of the Condition. — Read on docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfcpqlXinKdVLRZYoa3Wx4zw_8ld2-3XUqDLBEoOcTDGiQdPw/viewform
This is such a lovely encouraging post for people with Epilepsy. I am truly inspired.
You may want to fight epilepsy but you can’t,
like waves at sea they come when they come.
However, like the moon controls the waves,
you can control your seizures.
Target triggers, and make your health your priority,
but if a wave hits don’t blame yourself or fight,
slowly embrace it as you will soon be on the other side.
Every storm completes with calm and serenity,
you can get through today, tomorrow and each day to find your calm.
Have faith and know it’s waiting simply moments away.