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Kathryn writes, Kat’s Temporal Lobe Diaries. According to her blog, “Unfortunately I have seizures. It’s simply a part of my life, as much as every other thing. I am an epileptic. It does affect me every day, like motherhood, like writing, like art, like clinical depression.”
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I’m one of the lucky ones. I don’t have seizures every day or every week even. It’s the side-effects of the medication that affect me everyday. The meds are always there dragging me down. When I mention them to my doctor, he nods and agrees they are indeed the side-effects of the medications.READ MORE
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