Hello, readers! It might sound a little self-centred, but it’s always a pleasure to write about myself for you. People seem to like what I write, but I’ll be checking Google Analytics to find out for sure after it’s been published online. September has been so focused on my writing career: I’ve been talking to […]Read More My Light's Getting a Bit Brighter – Personal Review: September 2017
So, epilepsy in September 2017: which side won, negative or positive? It’s difficult to say. I guess if you know the general story of the top two articles, then you might see this as a lamer-than-average month. But as always, people kept the positives moving. September included one annual event I appreciate – National Doodle […]Read More Epilepsy News: September 2017
For me, high school was a positive place. I knew I had epilepsy, but there aren’t many negative memories that were brought on by my condition. Although it led to a few seizures, whenever it did, I managed to shrug it off with a laugh. Most of the time, it all seemed under control with […]Read More Young Epilepsy: A Few Practical Steps To Smoothly Find your Peak Height
In previous posts, I’ve talked about how more epilepsy awareness would bring a boost to the lives of so many people. I’ve also mentioned that epilepsy is a complicated condition – although I’m writing this blog, I don’t understand everything about epilepsy. And the specialist doctors? With all due respect, if any, it’s not many. […]Read More How Healing Each Wound Can Keep Planes in Full Flight: What is SUDEP?
As an experienced ambassador, I know that having a poor memory can be tricky to manage. Maybe you’re starting university, or trying to hold down an important relationship. It can be a demon at interviews when searching for employment. Unfortunately, memory loss can soak up your seconds and status as you try to complete tasks […]Read More 8 Tips To Help Harness Your Memory