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What Do You Look Forward To Accomplishing In 2023?
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posted January 24, 2023
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What I wish for every year and to add to it. To be seizure free. To date I've been Grand Mal seizure free for 18 years

posted January 26, 2023
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

Getting off a seizure med and getting my driver's license. Gone 3 months without one.

posted January 24, 2023 (edited)
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It sure would be nice if each one of us doesn't have to worry so much of the seizures that we have.

posted January 24, 2023
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

I look forward to still staying seizure free this will be 9 years without any seizures I don't want to go back to those days now I am just trying to find me a job since social security will not give me anything I stay strong just like my dad he die at the end of September I loved the talks we would have have and in the summer time I would come over to the house he would be listening to the blues I found myself listening to the blues and I don't even like that music I said that's my dad saying I am still watching over you baby

posted February 1, 2023
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

I have 7 months without seizures behind me and I hope this will continue.
Staying empathetic with the people who are fighting any chronic disorder.

posted January 25, 2023

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