I woke up this morning and learned that today is National Dog Day! I needed something light to write about so I decided to write about my dogs and the benefits of having dogs. National Dog Day is a "Ruff" day for me because I enjoy my fur babies! I currently have a Shih Tzu,... Continue Reading →
Remember National Epilepsy Awareness Month!
You're Gonna Be Ok by Brian and Jenn Johnson November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month! Many of us were surprised this year when we heard of the celebrity Cameron Boyce, Disney Channel star passed away. His cause of death was due to epilepsy, but specifically SUDEP. Hearing that a person can pass away with Epilepsy... Continue Reading →
Love and Learn
Scars by I Am They A Tragic Loss Over the weekend, many news channels, posts and articles were written, telling us of Disney Channel actor Cameron Boyce’s death from a seizure at age 20! Twenty years old is such a young age to die, and it seems strange I’m sure to many who are unaware... Continue Reading →
Describing Life With Epilepsy
Oh My Soul by Casting Crowns I think of three words to describe living with epilepsy. These three words are: Loneliness, Hurt and Fear. Mostly epilepsy is known as having a seizure disorder. This is true, but epilepsy has many other symptoms and side effects; and even the medicines can have serious side effects. Even... Continue Reading →
My Epilepsy Journey
My purpose for beginning my heartshare blog is two fold. First, I want to encourage those who struggle with chronic health conditions. I have several conditions but the one I am most affected by, is Epilepsy. I want to share my story from the beginning (what I know from others telling me). I hope that... Continue Reading →
My Mind on Super Bowl Sunday!
Superbowl LIII (that's 53 in case roman numerals are not your thing) is here and sports betting is now allowed in many states. I've heard of 8 so far! How often do we bet, in our minds, that nothing will happen to us while driving home on Super Bowl Sunday? After all, it's a fun... Continue Reading →