For many of my readers, Sunday’s are known for one thing; football. Whether you’re a player or die-hard fan, you understand the game. After years of watching the Buffalo Bills playing and my younger brother play, it occurred to me that epilepsy can easily be compared to football. I bet that after you read this blog, next time you watch your team play the game will come a little bit different to you 😉 Kickoff No game starts without a kickoff, and that applies to our epilepsy. While our “kickoff” is a bit different being our first seizure, it still sent us on our path to beat epilepsy. Football is known as the gridiron sport, and we sure are in a gridiron battle with epilepsy. Our first seizu
It’s becoming dark out and you can see rain in the distance; you immediately brace for a thunderstorm. Most of us have seen thunderstorms throughout our lifetime. Some of us enjoy thunderstorms (me) and some of us hate them (my dog). Whether you like them or not, they’re going to happen no matter what. You have no control over them, and you certainly don’t want to try and stop one! What’s amazing is that each of us goes through a thunderstorm each day. Are you a little confused? Let me explain it for you! We See It Coming “Whoa, did you guys see that lighting? I bet it’s heading our way.” We see thunderstorms approach every time. Like a thunderstorm, our disability has signs of approaching.