Painting #5 of the Epilepsy Revolution series. The media is not doing a good job of teaching people about what real seizures look like so we need to do it, #EPILEPSY #AWARENESS

Painting of the Epilepsy Revolution series. The media is not doing a good job of teaching people about what real seizures look like so we need to do it, Mine are Blank Stares and Unresponsiveness together.

November is Epilepsy Awareness Month. For some touching and informative information as well as several printables, Check this out!

Epilepsy Awareness ...November is Epilepsy Awareness Month

FIND OUT MORE Two years ago today my cousins lost their son due to complications from epilepsy. On November 2011 a

Ep    for Shelby who is one hell of a fantastic Mom to her sweet Olivia

Moms prayer for child with Epilepsy. My 5 year old daughter who suffers from Epilepsy cried as I read this to her.

epilepsy facts and figures -- part of a powerful series on epilepsy at Life Rearranged

Speaking of knowing some facts to always have handy for sharing. Here's a short round-up of Epilepsy facts. epilepsy facts and figures -- part of a powerful series on epilepsy at Life Rearranged

Seize the Day, Epilepsy Awareness Case for Galaxy S5 Inspired Cases

Seize the Day, Epilepsy Awareness Case

Most people do not understand that even when the noticeable symptoms of a seizure stop, the seizure is not finished and the person cannot just jump back up like nothing happened. A seizure can have after effects that can last for hours or even days in the case of a bad Tonic/Clonic seizures.  This is painting #4 of the Epilepsy Facts series.

Taking active breaks every hour helps people stay healthy throughout the day, particularly for those who sit for long periods of time.

November epilepsy awareness month

November epilepsy awareness month

I suffer from epilepsy and November is National Epilepsy Awareness month. Just like you supported those with breast cancer throughout October, wear purple in November to show your support for epilepsy awareness.

my son suffers from epilepsy and November is National Epilepsy Awareness month. Just like you supported those with breast cancer throughout October, wear purple in November to show your support for epilepsy awareness.

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