Talking about stigma on facebook

On Facebook, we’ve been talking about stigma from epilepsy. It is great to see how willing everyone is to talk about their experiences. I just wanted to take a minute to add a special post here so no one missed out on the conversation. Check out the questions I’ve posed several questions. … Read More

EpilepsyBlogger needs your help

A while back I heard from my friend Mandy, you may know her as EpilepsyBlogger. I was sad and frightened to learn that her seizure activity had dramatically increased. See, for as long as I’ve known this amazing young woman, she has proven herself to be a strong and smart advocate for … Read More

Seizure jokes aren’t funny

I just watched Beyoncé strut her stuff during the SuperBowl Halftime Show. The show was full of so many strobes that the Twitterverse was a-buzz with snarky comments about seizures. I now have a headache after watching the show. But I have to say the headache is more from the comments on Twitter … Read More

What do you think of the new site?

Take a minute to tell us what you think of the new Living Well With Epilepsy site by visiting: Your feedback has always been essential. Jessica K. Smith( Founder and CEO )Founder and CEO Jessica brings a unique perspective to this leading epilepsy blog as she was diagnosed with epilepsy as … Read More

Top Stories of 2012

2012 has been a very exciting year in epilepsy awareness. Below are the posts that made it to this year’s Top Stories list. Wharton partners with Living Well With Epilepsy Team(dot)com, students from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, made it possible for Living Well With Epilepsy to transition from … Read More

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