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What Most Offends YOU About How People Treat Epilepsy?

Originally posted on Epilepsy Talk:
I call epilepsy the “stealth condition,” because most people don’t actually witness a seizure. Which results in an abundance of ignorance…misinformation..and to be frank, discrimination and slurs. There’s the imitation of someone having a seizure (big on T.V.)…bullying and name calling in the schoolyard…people turning their backs?once they find out…

Blow My Socks Off — Praying for Eyebrowz

Come boggle my mind Let’s erupt in giggle fits And bounce off the walls Tell me a new joke Or one I’d long forgotten One that makes me snort Blow my socks right off We’ll laugh through raucous hiccups Sigh, then start again Peace and laughter, people! Blow My Socks Off — Praying for Eyebrowz

When Bipolar and Anorexia Collide

I now have a diagnosis of anorexia in remission, and I am in a good place with my recovery. I also have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, an illness which I manage very well most of the time. Although these two conditions are unrelated, when they collide they are toxic.? There is a huge overlap…

How to get better at receiving feedback  — — Survivors Blog Here Mental Health Collaborative

IDEAS.TED.COM Sep 15, 2021 / David Burkus PhD Nata Schepy This post is part of TED’s “How to Be a Better Human” series, each of which contains a piece of helpful advice from people in the TED community; browse through all the posts here. For leaders at any level, the single best way to grow is to lead and […] […] …

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Cerebral Adrenomyeloneuropathy — Survivors Blog Here Mental Health Collaborative

Originally posted on Walking the Rails: This one is not such a cheerful installment. I am aware that I promised that the content of this website would be optimistic and upbeat. Nonetheless, as we all know, the potential for cerebral involvement is part of the bargain. I do not plan to dwell on it, but… Cerebral …

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Lessons I’ve Learned from Loss

Originally posted on Don't Lose Hope :
“The risk of love is loss, and the price of loss is grief.” – Hilary Stanton Zunin 1. The people we love won’t always be around. Life can change in an instant, and permanently. Once it’s over, it’s over, and there’s no going back. 2. Loss shows us…

The Attack

Originally posted on ~thebpdgirl39~:
So I opened my door. I should of never opened it. I recognized the knock and still opened it. He didn’t give me time to shut the door and he slammed it behind him. He threw me on the floor and and held me down to where I couldn’t move or…


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