• Epilepsy

    by  • July 6, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Frustration • 1 Comment

    I don’t have it bad i really don’t, but sometimes i wonder what would happen if they knew, knew i was different than them, knew where i was when i had that “appointment” or just knew, knew i flunked my road test because i was afraid i’d be blamed if i ever got in an accident. No one can tell i’m different and that’s what i want, at least i think so. Should people really know and treat me different, like the other girl. It’s never going away, i know that, you know, we all know. So what’s the point in telling everyone if it doesn’t even matter, i can’t get better. I can’t enter the military as a nurse, i can’t go rock climbing, i can’t do many other things, but whatever that’s life. Some people have it better and others don’t. Will i tell the people who truly care…probably not, but the doubt that each time i become close to someone, i feel that i have to tell them, it’s hard because they won’t keep my secret, at least not once we are no longer close. Will i tell my boyfriend, when i actually get one, will i tell my future children? It’s uncontrollable, but it happened to me for a reason, i don’t why but i’ll figure it out someday..

    One Response to Epilepsy

    1. I Understand
      July 6, 2011 at 11:14 pm

      You are just as amazing and specil as so many peopel who think their condition defines them. Don’t be afraid to be you! People will love you regardless, and those that don’t didn’t truly love you to begin with. I have a few friends with Epilepsy, yes it’s hard on them, but they have taught me to live life to the fullest regardless! There are so many things you can do, don’t focus on what you can’t <3

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