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I Could Use Some Motivation

Originally posted on Dear Sister:
One of the things I struggle with is how to fill all the extra time on my hands. Alcohol fills time. Either I get a gentle buzz that allows me to “waste” time watching hours of tv without guilt, or, I get so tipsy that the time just flies by–…

Seizure-free…a hope or a promise?

Originally posted on Epilepsy Talk:
Is it a reality…a hope…or a promise? Have you been there once for a visit? And then come back, to the land of falling down, shaking, quaking and blackouts. We all know, the only thing that remains the same is change. Everything is in a state of flux. Drugs, science,…

Taking Back your Life

Originally posted on Don't Lose Hope :
“Live the life you’d be envious of if you saw someone else living it. This is my personal mantra. Whenever I’m going through a difficult time, like a breakup, and I’m wishing to be the person who could get over it and move on, I tell myself to…

I thought I was ok too 8/13

Originally posted on The daily addict:
Yesterday I was with the boys I nanny for George (6) and Clayton (4). We were at a dollar store loading up on crafts and some treats for the movies. The check out line was extra long but it was early in our day so nobody was cranky or…

The No-Hope Diagnosis

Originally posted on Seizure Mama and Rose:
Chapter 47 of Seizure Mama and Rose by Flower Roberts ( Amazon) The team of specialists were to meet to discuss Rose’s case mid-July. They would look at all her records and tests and collaborate on her case. Then the famous lead physician would call with results and…

7 Skills for Coping with Loss

Originally posted on Don't Lose Hope :
“There are losses that rearrange the world. Deaths that change the way you see everything. Grief that tears everything down. Pain that transports you to an entirely different universe, even while everyone else thinks nothing has changed.” – Megan Devine Steven Hayes, the founder of ACT (Action and…

Post of Appreciation

Originally posted on Luminous Destiny:
We’ve made it to Friday; and, I can’t think of any better way to begin it than with appreciation. I’ve been blogging for some time. While I dearly appreciate likes, I’ve been exceptionally grateful for those who’ve commented. These individuals have ranked my four! PLEASE leave this post and visit…

A new life – from epilepsy to brain surgery

Originally posted on Epilepsy Talk:
Leanne Chilton, triumphant author of?“Seizure-Free: From Epilepsy to Brain Surgery, I Survived and You Can, Too!”?is a proud?survivor and has a wealth of wisdom to share. “We can’t control the future,”?she says.?“But we can make every attempt to improve the quality of our lives.” With a seizure disorder, you are…

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