Dreams

13. Jun, 2016

Just because you have epilepsy, doesn’t mean epilepsy has to hold you back from living the kind of dreams that you want to live. 

Think of the many actors, musicians and athletes past and present with epilepsy who defied their diagnosis and pursued their dreams. 

Given, some ambitions might require some time and thought, it’s important to have dreams and goals. It’s important to pursue them in a healthy fashion, in faith and belief that you can and will succeed regardless of your condition.

At the end of the day, it’s all about being able to put the breaks on not worrying so much about life and not living in the past and not holding on to things you can’t change. We don’t have the power to control or predict it so let’s just live it to the best of our ability.

#epilepsy #seizures #stigma

When living with epilepsy, it’s not always the easiest thing to do but we do it anyhow. We smile. We smile because we believe in better days. We hope for better days

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