March 21, 2019

In one of my posts about relationships & epilepsy I wrote "The hardest part of finding someone who can handle someone with epilepsy is finding someone you can depend on. Someone who doesn't care about your epilepsy and will be there for you and look at you the way they...

May 14, 2018

So my last post was about the journey to surgery...this is the journey of the road to recovery after 3 anchors being put in my left shoulder. 

On Friday May 11th 2018 I was discharged from PT and am now in full recovery...but there were major steps in the process of it....

May 14, 2018

In my last post I wrote about how I fell down the stairs the day after I was dumped hardcore by my boyfriend and hurt my left shoulder...well it took a couple months to get surgery...this is the journey to it...

So its been almost 8 months since I posted on here...which...

September 19, 2017

So I know I have been MIA for over 2 months but that is only because a lot of things have been going on since the 4th. Some good, some bad....mostly bad if I'm being 100% honest. So I guess we'll start with the good...

So soon after my last post I met someone...lets jus...

July 5, 2017

Okay so a lot of people don't know the difference between an epileptologist and an neurologist. An epileptologist specializes in epilepsy and  a neurologist specializes in all aspects of the brain.  

According to Google a neurologist is known as "a d...

June 29, 2017

People ask me all the time as to why I haven't been in a real legit relationship in almost 4 years. Its because in this generation its hard to find someone who come off as a man. There are tons of boys who attempt to talk to me, but I haven't really met anyone (yet) wh...

June 16, 2017

Two years ago I had shoulder surgery done on my right shoulder due to a seizure. Best summer of my life...not. 

At the end of May 2015 I was hanging out with my brother, his wife and a couple of their friends at the Mets game. After the game me, my brother, his wife and...

June 15, 2017

I had my first grand-mal seizure when I was 7. I was sitting at my kitchen table. I remember waking up on my couch with my mom and dad next to me, I woke up very confused and didn't know what had happened to me. The first time my mom tried to give me medication was by...

June 15, 2017

People ask me all the time what to do if they see me have a grand-mal seizure. So for starters if you see someone having a seizure immediately turn them on their side. You do this for multiple reasons, the main one being that they don't bite their tongue. Next thing yo...

June 15, 2017

Hey guys! I'm Caroline, I am from NY and suffer from epilepsy. This blog is going to be about what its like to live with epilepsy and everything I have had to deal with when it comes to it. But for starters, just in case anyone doesn't really know what epilepsy is...my...

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