Here’s to the caregivers for people with epilepsy! Here’s to those who live with us, take us to the hospital, and love us any which way they can. And here’s to that selfless love. It gets us through all that life has thrown at us.
When my seizures returned after 10 years, I realized who I wanted to be by my side as my partner for the rest of my life. My epilepsy had put that into stark relief. My seizures helped me realize just how important it is to have people who love and support you when dealing with a condition like epilepsy.
This post is part of the Epilepsy Blog Relay™, which will run from Nov. 1 to Nov. 30, 2017. Follow along! Hadley Jo’s Story Hadley Jo (4) was diagnosed at age 2 with cryptogenic localization related epilepsy. According to the journal, Epilepsy & Behavior, up to one-third of children with epilepsy are diagnosed with … Read More