How Do I Keep Myself Going?

How do i keep myself going?

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The way i keep myself positive and always laugh about everything. Is the simplistic of things, which is i never take the serious sort of topics, actually seriously. Which i know sounds unusual but ill gove an example which is when i fell and fractured my right cheekbone , i didn’t feel depressed or angry. I just laughed and said look at how beautiful i made myself look.

I know someone might think “yea that’s pretty serious an injury” but it’s all about a personal perspective. I just joke about the injuries no matter what. I mean I’m grateful for all of it. The seizures the absenses yes they can be a little irritating but i just get my mum and dad and little sister who i live with just to make jokes about them.

That’s one of the main reasons i decided to set up this blog to explain to people that yes even though I’m 24 , if i can have a laugh no matter what, then anyone is capable of just getting through it. I’ve spoken to a couple of people who have said they felt a little frustrated by them.

I think it kind of shows how serious i take things, i got my mates to nickname me “Milkshake” your probably thinking Why? Well let me tell you. The reason is because I’m like a milk bottle and the word shake is because of the stereotypical version of epilepsy is shaking. I mean if i can have my own mates make jokes about that and i just laugh.

When someone has made a joke about shaking on the floor i just laugh and say well on the upside I’ll be the best dancer there. Someone might say, it requires strength. I would say it requires a sense of humour. I hope this can help you and show that no matter how old you are, you can just make fun of yourself and that’s one of the pieces of advice i can give you.

Thanks 🙂

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i am here to explain about how epilepsy has effected me and my life so far growing up and hope to achieve which is to improve the lives of other people. My Goal is to help change peoples lives who may feel lost or in need of guidance

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  1. Rusti says:

    Aaron, that is a great way to look at living life with epilepsy. I try to do the same and try to find some humor about seizures or any situation I get myself into. Keep up the positive attitude and just be you.

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