This week Living Well With Epilepsy launched the first #EpilepsyBlogRelay to shine a spotlight on stigma. Throughout the month of June, epilepsy bloggers and organizations from
#Philly to #Cameroon are writing about #stigma on their own sites.
These sites are linked through a common desire to reduce stigma for those living with epilepsy. Here’s a recap in case you missed any of this week’s posts from the relay.
Do I tell my employer about my epilepsy? This post kicks off the Epilepsy Stigma Blog Relay which will run from June 1 through June 30. Follow along and add comments to posts… Read More
Epilepsy Education and Support
First of all, What is stigma? Stigma is defined as “a mark of disgrace or infamy, a stain or reproach, as on ones reputation” or , medically “a mental or physical mark that is characteristic of a defect or disease”…Read More
Finding Freedom with Epilepsy
At the grand old age of thirty two, I had finally accepted my epilepsy with a genuinely positive attitude. Quite the contrast from the outlook I entered my teenage and subsequent adult years with… Read More
What one word describes how you feel about epilepsy? Read More
Kat’s Faerie Tales
Once when I was in the middle of having a seizure, I had the paramedics yell at me. It was terrible. I couldn’t help myself,…Read More
Soo’s Epilepsy Corner
According to Sanjeev Thomas, 80% of the 50 million people with epilepsy in the world live in developing countries.1 It is easy to see why the stereotypes of epilepsy still persist. And this results in stigma. Read More
Follow the #EpilepsyBlogRelay
Don’t miss a single post. Follow along with the schedule at https://livingwellwithepilepsy.com/epilepsy-blog-relay-2015