Ok, so I’ve spoken a lot about wanting to make an impact on the world. Sometimes this means being the as people say the “Outcast” of the group. When it comes down to wanting to make a difference and becoming successful in my challenge to succeed.
It happens quite a lot but sometimes being the outcast is the best way to progress in your journey. It’s better to walk alone than with people walking in the wrong direction. Honestly for quite a while apart from family obviously, but I’ve walked through this mostly alone.
The reason for this is because nobody understood my perspective and how I think. Which to be fair isn’t there fault because when it comes down to epilepsy or disability in general it’s like walking into the unknown. So I can’t ever hold a grudge because they’ve done nothing. It’s impossible for someone to help with something they don’t understand.
Yes, my mates ask me am I ok and how am I feeling but they could never sit with me and say “Have you tried going in this direction” because they don’t know what direction to point. Since my family have seen what I’ve gone through. They’ve helped direct me.
Yea they can only do it so much since my journey is all about personal perspective and how I can hopefully help people who’ve experienced or are experiencing what I have been through.