Shonet shares examples of epilepsy and fatigue in her own life and a few tips to actively avoid getting to the point of total exhaustion.
Recently, someone asked me to talk to a small group. I wanted to choose a story that is inspiring, something that would relate to these young adults, and something that would stick with them as they started a new journey. I couldn’t help but wonder: is epilepsy my only story? Is this how people identify me…as the girl with epilepsy who ended up doing well in life, despite doctors telling me I may not?
This post is part of the Epilepsy Blog Relay™ which will run from November 1 through November 30, 2016. Follow along! Emily’s Perspective It’s the most wonderful time of the year!!! Christmas and wintertime are my favourite time of year, and for so many others too, but this festive season can be … Read More
Our world revolved around seizures; therefore, many of our family “traditions” were altered. Epilepsy wasn’t an “if” it was a “when”, “where” and “how” in our lives. This was magnified on holidays and events through the stages of Clayton’s journey, especially when he was first hospitalized. As time progressed, though, we learned … Read More