I don't have my seizures quite under control, so of course I can't drive. I'm going to be getting my own place soon, though, and I'm interested in any tips on living alone with seizures? I have Partial Complex seizures coming from the temporal lobe, generalized tonic-clonic seizures, and psychogenic non-epileptic seizures. I see my new nuerologist next month, but will most likely be living on my own before then.
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We all have those bad days where we do not feel like we can go on. But it is these days that make us stronger and able to conquer our challenges. Stay strong. And fight on Purple Warriors!! 💜💜💜
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#ChronicPain I wake up almost every day to my, now, 10 month old grandson. Every day I wake up forgetting I have multiple disabilities. Until I get out of bed. My pancreas is eating itself and I have increasing bouts of low blood sugar & seizures from brain trauma. I have 18/18 on the fibromyalsia scale.
A blessing coming is that I was recently approved for disability. It's bittersweet because I've been a mental health counselor for 18 years. I didn't get my masters 6 years ago to quit! I feel pretty useless most days, even though I try to do as much housework as possible daily.
I'm suffering with depression & anxiety & have been for almost 20 years. 3 failed marriages & one beautiful daughter I am eternally grateful for. I have so many blessings, but I still am so disappointed in myself.
I don't know how to lift myself up even with all of my extensive knowledge of helping others with these very problems! I have severe pain from #ChronicPancreatitis & #Fibromyalgia . I'm constantly in fear of #complexpartialseizures . I'm no longer independent, I can't drive... When does it end! When do I get comfortable with this "new me?"