This is another guest post in the series, “Faces of Epilepsy.” I’m grateful to Tara for giving us the perspective of being an adult with Epilepsy. She writes here and her posts reflect her hope-filled and joyful attitude.
I am a mother of two beautiful children.
I am filled with hope, laughter and self-esteem.
I am an author, a motivational speaker, a community volunteer and best yet… a full-time mom.
I move frequently and travel often.
I am a Navy wife; therefore, I’m a single mom while my husband’s at sea.
I am independent in life yet endlessly seek the company of others.
I AM AN EPILEPTIC.
My life was as “normal” as is the life of any pre-teen. I started having odd “spells” when I was in 8th grade. After brief episodes, I would tap my face and count my fingers; I would become very confused and very tired…
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