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Life with anxiety.

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Children are stronger and wiser than we think. Following is a short story about the strength and support of children even in traumatic situations.

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Not complaining or seeking sympathy, just venting that an old nemesis had to show up unannounced on New Year day.
My recurring seizures won’t keep me down. While painful, even embarrassing at times, they are simply a part of my life.
Someday I’ll be rid of them, till then their visits are merely distractions.

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My personal experiences on Seizures.

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Lately the seizures have returned to let me know who rules. Untreatable, I learn their behavior and let them occur. As the frequency increases, it drags with it despair. Incomprehensible to live another year with my nemesis, yet alone to contemplate decades. Strength is found in odd surroundings: the smile of a baby, the lick from a dog, or the memory of a loved one.

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Poems using synonyms.

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What can I say, I am inane in all attempts to be insane.

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A short story about a peasant named Blythe who dreams of becoming a brave and handsome knight. Little does he know, his wildest dreams are about to come true!

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A mother’s narration of her young daughter’s seizure.

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My partner knows that when I experience an “event”, the only thing he can do is hold my hand. Today I was visited by my old acquaintance twice.

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