When a person is living with Epileptic seizures within their life, the hardest challenge to accept will not be the type of seizures that they have or the frequency that they have them. The greatest obstacle to face when living with Epilepsy is the inconsistency that a seizure disorder will bring into a life. The inconsistency that Epilepsy possesses plays a strong influence on the life that one will need to lead and the person they have to determine despite the medical condition.
Every individual living with Epilepsy is a separate case due the complex functions of the brain and their personal perspective and experience in life. There may be many ways that one will be told on how to deal with the situation but a person’s reaction will be rooted in the outcomes they wish to foresee. People with Epilepsy will all have the ability to set a goal but they will never have the ability to predict the exact timing of their seizure. With experience, they may become more accustomed with what triggers their seizure but when retaining the desire to live freely, triggers will not win an importance in their mind. Even when finding the ability to place importance on the limitations needed to prevent seizures, a person will feel the disappointment in their person due to the incompetence they have to accept about their person.
There is no person alive that holds the main aspiration to be dependent on others, be felt sorry for by others or be the cause of disorder to the lives around them. Despite the strength a person with Epilepsy may possess to openly express their medical condition, they will never have the ability to foresee the reactions their seizures will cause and they are obscure on how to handle and accept the situation after each and every seizure. What may feel like an escape on one day may become the seizure on a different day. As the experience with seizures proceed, the baggage of inconspicuous perceptions piles up within the person, developing into a mass influence on them psychologically, emotionally, spiritually and even physically.
There will never be a standard way for a person to handle living with Epilepsy. Acceptance of Epilepsy within their life will never be as straightforward as a person wishes, however, there is still great importance for a person living with Epilepsy to build an awareness of the person they prefer to become and watch for that person through each and every strain that Epilepsy will throw their way. The person that they are will always be with them. Always maintain an awareness for the person that they are and trust that the obstacle of Epilepsy will only take that person away when they allow Epilepsy to take them away. Every person is unique and special to this world, even the people living and dealing with Epilepsy.