As for my child, I pride myself on the fact that she has just as normal a life as her friends and classmates, and I work very hard at this. Does her mother have seizures? Yes, but she is cognizant of that and she knows how to react. I surround myself with people who understand and care, from my husband to my very, very close friends. So, I never worry that she is deprived of love and attention.
In a new study, researchers found an increased risk of suicide, attempted suicide or “self-harm” only among current users of certain newer medications that had previously been linked to a risk of depression.
So often, we all get wrapped up in communicating through social media outlets and spreading the word about Epilepsy via chatrooms. Are we caught up on the news about the disease?
If you’re like me, you’re always wondering not only how can you help yourself through this disease we call Epilepsy, but how can you help others?