College Life With Epilepsy: What You Need To Know

When I was a teenager graduating high school with uncontrolled epilepsy college frightened me. Was going to college possible for me? Could I have a full college experience? Was living on campus even an option for me? I discovered that college was possible with my uncontrolled epilepsy, but my fear caused me to make some …

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[Marriage and Epilepsy]: Top 5 Tips To A Healthy Marriage When Your Partner Has Seizures

Marriage is a wonderful thing and it has its ups and downs. Marriage is a bit like a roller coaster even in the healthiest of marriages. So when one of you has epilepsy it can make that roller coaster a little more rough at times. When epilepsy is brought into a marriage it comes with …

[Dating and Epilepsy]: 5 Tips To Finding the One That Will Support You

When it comes to dating when you have epilepsy it can be somewhat terrifying. How do you find the right person that will support you through your epilepsy and avoid having your heart shattered at the same time? Suddenly the idea of dating a douche becomes all the scarier. What if they are a real …

How To Live A Independent Life of Your Dreams With Epilepsy

When you have epilepsy and live with the struggles it brings on a daily basis the thought of ever living an independent life seem practically impossible. There seems to be a mountain of obstacles standing in your way. How is one supposed to handle their epilepsy in their daily life and live a life of …

What Do You Need to Know about Swimming with Epilepsy?

When the days get warm it’s only natural to think of swimming as a fun way to cool off, but is swimming safe when you have epilepsy? Should you avoid it or are there precautions you can take? What about water sports? Are these safe or do they have added risk? I know as a …