What the EF is a podcast to share, laugh, and cry at all our epilepsy WTF moments.
Laughter has made epilepsy survivable for me. My co-host, Lexi, agrees. Which is perfect because we met at an epilepsy conference, where I had a seizure and believed the pillows smelled like pickles. Lexi assured me they did, and thus began our friendship–bonding over the weird sh*t that happens with epilepsy.
We believe that laughter facilitates learning and conversation sparks change, so we made an accessible and free resource to tackle the day-to-day and big picture challenges (just like Living Well With Epilepsy!).
In What the EF podcast we discuss, point out, and chuckle at the ridiculous, poignant, heartbreaking, and sometimes funny stuff that happens with our condition. Our guests are experts, celebs, and regular folks who shed light on the annoying, beautiful, and traumatic aspects of life with epilepsy. Like pickle pillows.
Our goal is to create a touchstone (and hopefully a laugh) for people not only in the epilepsy sphere, but the chronic illness community as a whole.
Seizen 1: January & February 2023
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Have a topic you’d like to hear about? Or just wanna say hi? Reach out to us via our website: whattheefpodcast.com.
Landis is a Chicago-based writer, whose work has been featured on NBCNewsTHINK, Wired and Chicago Tribune. She is a writer and Editor for Living Well With Epilepsy. Landis brings a humorous perspective to life with epilepsy. Diagnosed at 32 years old, she sheds light and laughs on managing a new life with seizures. Landis strives to create a touchstone for the chronically ill and those who support them. She is currently finishing a humorous memoir, “My Brain Tumor’s Boyfriend.”