In the early days I sometimes came across the statistic that up to one third of individuals with autism will also eventually be diagnosed with epilepsy. I never dismissed it, but I never dwelled on it, either – until it became a reality for us.
I find myself trying to make the best of my hell-a-coaster days because it takes almost everything in me to function at full potential these days. It’s like my mind and body are working on two different universes and working against each other.
You know that dream where you realize you are naked or nearly naked in a public place… the one where you are barefoot walking down a long hallway in a large hotel with no idea why you are there? Here’s the thing, it happened to me and it wasn’t a dream.