Why this Healthcare Fight is Important to Me

Why does it have to be a matter of either/or? You can either pay outrageous premiums, get a doctor who may not understand your condition, or go uninsured all together? Something has got to give in this broken system.

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7 Questions to Ask Your Doctor When Diagnosed with Epilepsy

I encourage you to be your own best advocate. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Don’t wait until the appointment is over and wish you would have said something or got that burning question in.

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Build the Best Healthcare Team: For You

Living with Epilepsy, or any chronic illness, requires you to have the best healthcare team available. Finding these physicians are not always easy. Referrals, research, office visits, testing, its like an unending cycle just to find someone that suits you and your needs.

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Burnout and Epilepsy: How I Was Forced to Take a Break!

You have permission to rest. You are not responsible for fixing everything that is broken. You do not have to try and make everyone happy. For now, take time for you. It’s time to replenish. -Unknown If anyone tells you that you deserve a vacation or you need a break, LISTEN TO THEM. For so Read More

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Improve Your Life with Epilepsy by Practicing Self-Care

This blog post is part of the Self-Care Movement hosted by Self Care Catalysts. Learn more at www.selfcaremvmt.com. Use hashtag #selfcaremvmt on all social media outlets. What if I told you that you can change your life with Epilepsy by simply putting yourself first? If I also told you that practicing Self-Care would be the key Read More

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How My Fitness Wearable Helped Me Take Control of Nocturnal Seizures

This post is part of the Epilepsy Blog Relayâ„¢ which will run from March 1 through March 31. Follow along and add comments to posts that inspire you! Yes, my lovies I am back gracing the net again. If this is your first trip to my little corner then welcome. I’ve been away for a Read More

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Women, Hormones..Seizures?!

Cramps, seizures, fatigue, cravings for Twix, a root beer (ok maybe that’s just me) and pimples are sure signs my not so friendly friend is coming. Yes, I said seizures! If you didn’t know, a change in your hormones can definitely be a major trigger for seizures in women. These types of seizures are known Read More

The Journey Continues…

I can quote Forrest Gump all day long and that statement explains the last few months of my life perfectly. It has been filled with so many twist and turns. Some unimaginable events, some things I tried to prepare myself for but still was not ready for. Life has just been crazy. In the midst Read More

Beyond the Epilepsy Stigmas

This post is part of the Epilepsy Stigma Blog Relay which will run from June 1 through June 30. Follow along and add comments to posts that inspire you! Since seizures had a name and epilepsy was a known diagnosis, stigmas were attached. Epilepsy Stigmas are one of the toughest barriers to breakthrough. Society often Read More

Keep the Faith & Be Blessed!

  Last year around this time, I wrote one of my most read topics By The Grace of God.In that post, I let the world in on a side of my life I never really discussed. My faith. I stated that I knew of God, I believed, but I did not KNOW God. There is a Read More