Having A Voice

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The thing is, everyone has a voice it’s all about if you are actually listened to or not. Unfortunately people with epilepsy or let’s be honest, Any disability. It doesn’t matter if you talk about it and try and get your message across, it feels like no one cares about you or anything you have to say.

My mission is to drill the message into people and not just get a response of yeah we’ll look into it and nothing ever happens. I am going to keep repeatedly speaking about the exact same thing like a broken record. I’ll just tweet and contact people till even just one person listens..

I can’t say i speak for all you guys and ladies reading but I’m sure there are a large amount of people who have a fear about opening up. That’s why it feels like your not being listened to. That’s the difference with me. I couldn’t care less about opening up because the more information given out to people, the more people absorb the information and get people realising how much they’re misunderstanding.

The amount that people are missing is the effects and impact on someone’s life, I want to give everyone as I possibly can a voice to stand up shout out. The more people that shout out loud the bigger the impact we can all make in this world.

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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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