My Epilepsy Journey

How not to be a victim

turn a dream into a reality

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As i studied to become a chef at college for 4 years. I thought that was what i wanted at the time. Suffering with epilepsy and handling sharp knives and Pans probably wasn’t my brightest more. So now I’ve chosen to leave that behind and what I now want it to visit Universities and colleges explain my story.

Explain to people what I’ve been through from Losing my little sister in 2010 when she was 11 to in 2015 my mum having two Major strokes. Yes it may look like it’s been difficult but there’s people going through much more difficult situations than me.

Give adults of any age a voice and show people that no matter what life throws at you. Your ready to throw punches back no matter what life throws at you. I mean let’s be honest when we’ve gone through difficult situations we all feel like “Oh why me , or my life sucks” the way i look at things are as simple as. There’s people going through much worse than me.

Epilepsy can be a pain but the story i want to tell people is that it’s ok to laugh at yourself and laugh at the situation. I mean I’m literally always throwing epilepsy jokes directed at myself. Let’s be honest we all need to joke about things and become more positive in the world

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