We are now in week three of the #EpilepsyBlogRelay. We have had a few requests from additional sites to join in the relay. If you are interested in participating with a post on epilepsy stigma here’s how you can join:
This post is part of the Epilepsy Stigma Blog Relay which will run from June 1 through June 30. Follow along and add comments to posts that inspire you!
Add the following to the end of your post:
Be sure to check out the full schedule of bloggers at http://www.
Then send me the link when it is up. I will add it to the “This Week in Epilepsy” post. This month we are using it as a way to recap of all the bloggers who posted on stigma.
What is the blog relay?
For those of you who may be new to the #EpilepsyBlogRelay, here’s a little background. Throughout the month of June, epilepsy bloggers and organizations from
#Philly to #Cameroon are writing about #stigma on their own sites. Here’s a recap in case you missed any of this week’s posts. You can also check out Week 1 and Week 2.
Epilepsy Talk | The Stigma of Epilepsy
My mission is advocacy; to increase education, awareness and funding for epilepsy research. Together, we can make a huge difference … Read More(this is an older post but it is wonderful)
[Per]Suit of Anthropology | When Work/Life Balance isn’t a balance – it is a necessity
Amanda Fillipone | Managing sports and battling epilepsy
How to manage sports & battling Epilepsy at the same time. [Included is] a link to my story where I was interviewed, had a photo shoot for, & much more … Read More
Changing Focus: Epilepsy Edition | Beyond the Stigmas
Since seizures had a name and epilepsy was a known diagnosis, stigmas were attached. Society often turns the other way when they see someone having a seizure … Read More
Cycling for Epilepsy | My leg of the Blog Relay
June 19 is my birthday and to all well wishers and supporters I’d like to thank you for your support over the last 12 months. My recent cycle through the AustraliAn Alps raised the profile of Epilepsy … Read More
Girls with Nerve | Living with Epilepsy Stigma
SUDEP Aware | How stigma impacts mortality in epilepsy
As we know, there is much more to epilepsy than learning to cope with recurrent seizures. From social isolation, to problems with learning and memory, to a reduction in quality of life – one of the toughest hurdles is dealing with the 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