DAILY LIVING & MOBILITY

Epilepsy After 14 Minute Gran Mal

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Lisa Leah Darginsky

first indication of epilepsy

How can one be the same after a literal and figurative shocking event in one's life? One cannot.

My first ever indication of epilepsy was in 2013. Life has never and will never be the same though I consider myself to be lucky for a myriad of reasons; I could have died and did not.

Since then, I have navigated the world of Disabilities, or Different Abilities as a stranger in unchartered waters. My search for understanding this new terrain has been mainly trial and error with a sprinkling of luck and a whole lot lot of prayer. My old life was stolen from me and replaced with one with new rules. I learned early on, moving forward was all I could do, standing still was not an option.

Wish me success in my journey, say a prayer, and drop a line with some advice. In advance, I thank you.

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