Sometimes, finding adventure means ignoring fears and jumping in with both feet. Going canyoning in Slovenia required just that!
This post is part of the Epilepsy Blog Relay™ which will run from March 1 through March 31. Follow along! Soo Ihm has lived with epilepsy since childhood. Now in southern California, she writes the blog Soo’s Epilepsy Corner and is an advocate for epilepsy awareness. She enjoys playing the piano, going to art museums, … Read More
Reflecting on my life with epilepsy, I remember the medications and how they made me feel, the hospital stays, and the many, many doctor appointments. This Mother’s Day, it’s time for a special thanks to my mom who was there through it all. Looking back on the early days When I … Read More
Over 20 years ago, I told my neurologist that before menstruation, my number of seizures increased. I had never been told (or read) my monthly cycle could be a trigger, but my gut feeling said it was. My doctor assured me that menstruation was not a trigger and the increase in my … Read More
In 2006 I was diagnosed with Epilepsy. At the time I was confused; we all were. I have written quite a bit about my general experience but basically, I grew to adapt to my seizures and new lifestyle and I just got on with my life. I was nearly 11 and I … Read More
What is your dream? Do you long to be a teacher, a lawyer, an astronaut? Are you inspired by creating things, helping people, or science? We all have goals and dreams we want to achieve. Sometimes, having seizures makes it seem like those dreams won’t come true. If you need some inspiration, … Read More