It’s not fair to battle epilepsy AND the side effects, but this was never about what is fair. Today, a vomit bowl can be found regularly by our bedside.
My heart skips a beat when the hospital, nurse or social worker’s name appears on the Caller ID screen. Read More
A couple of years ago, I invested in a hot tub. Nothing fancy, but an almost daily end-of-the-evening ritual for me that helps me have balance. Read More
For those who have been following my posts for a while, you know that my spouse, Chanda, who has epilepsy, had a “tricky” spring. Read More
“She’s used to being hit with 80 mile an hour hockey pucks. Read More
“I just love the children, and I want to spend time with them,” Chanda said the other day as she was reflecting on her inability to do all the thin Read More