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Being diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of three means it has always been a significant part of who I am. A lot of people tell you ‘don’t let your condition define who you are’ but you can’t stop it from doing so. The simple fact is, as human beings, the experiences we have alter the way we develop. And I believe epilepsy has, in more ways than one, driven me to be the creative person I am today.