Side effects from seizures and medication sometimes leave me feeling lost. I must get creative to be successful in my everyday life.
Sometimes, in my fight to eliminate stigma and live a “normal” life, I create the perception that my life is easy and free from struggle. However, in my speech at the Epilepsy Foundation of Western/Central Pennsylvania’s (EFWCP) annual Mardi Gras Gala I showed what life with epilepsy is like–both the good and the bad parts.
Epilepsy Stigma We are now in week three of the #EpilepsyBlogRelay. We have had a few requests from additional sites to join in the relay. If you are interested in participating with a post on epilepsy stigma here’s how you can join: Add the following to the beginning of your post: This … Read More
Epilepsy Stigma Awareness Month For the past few years, Living Well With Epilepsy has dedicated June as Epilepsy Stigma Awareness Month. This year we are getting the epilepsy community involved through a blog relay. For this to succeed we will need 30 bloggers/advocates/family foundations/epilepsy affiliates who are willing to post ONE day … Read More