Dear Brain

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15 Responses

  1. Karen says:

    Well said……..

  2. What a beautiful post. You give us both love and pain with an honest mix of frustration. Thank you, Heather, for the real life you are always willing to share with us.

  3. LOVE. IT. You struck a perfect tone, as the above commenter said, an honest blend of love and pain.

  4. Thank-you everyone! I have to say, this was the fastest post I’ve ever written – it was all just in me waiting to pour out.

  5. The seizures you write about, are they before
    Or after surgery ?

    • Oh I wish I had catagorized Aidan’s epilepsy journey better here. He has done meds and the Modified Atkins diet neither of which have worked. He is not a candidate for surgery. He only has myoclonic jerking seizures right now. There are several other stories of kids with epilepsy on my Blog Love page. Thanks for joining us.

  6. Tanya says:

    Its like you read my mind! You seem to know a lot
    about this, like you wrote the book in it or something.
    I think that you could do with a few pics to
    drive the message home a bit, but other than that, this is wonderful blog.
    A great read. I’ll definitely be back.

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