Tag Archives: Women

It is that time of year again… Epilepsy Awareness Month!  November is the month where many organizations promote Epilepsy Awareness.  Here at My Epilepsy Story (MES),  we are joining with other epilepsy organization to promote this important awareness.  1 in 26 people will develop epilepsy in their lifetime and HALF of these people are FEMALES! […]

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt   As we begin the graduation season, I am reflecting on what these young graduates will encounter as they enter the world.  The path that is in front of them is full of choices that will lead to different roads. […]

“It always seems impossible until it’s done.”  ~Nelson Mandela As I begin to think about Mother’s Day, I am reminded of all the wonderful women that have been brought into my life over the past few years.  The women that I am reflecting on are women that live with epilepsy on a daily basis. We […]

It was March of my freshman year of high school. My childhood dream had come true, and I was just finishing my first season on the high school basketball team. On the way home from school that Friday, I was in a car accident with four other girls. An ambulance rushed me to the hospital […]

My epilepsy story is a long and complicated one, with frustrating twists and turns. The journey to my diagnosis was not easy or crystal clear, and I had to fight and advocate for myself and my own health. It begins in the late summer of 2011. I had just arrived to our vacation destination with […]