one

The passage of time is completely incomprehensible to me. It blows my mind how quickly it goes. Some days feel so long, but suddenly it's been a month. Then six months. Then a year. And you look back, wondering how it could've possibly been that long, wishing for the time back. But there's something amazing... Continue Reading →

waves

Have you ever been in the ocean during high tide? When the waves are coming so fast that you can't seem to catch your breath? That's the best way to explain how I've felt for the past year. Last summer, I was going through a difficult breakup. It happened in the end of June, and... Continue Reading →

fear

A few weeks ago, I had my first appointment with a highly renowned epileptologist. The man is brilliant: he's the director of the New York University Langone Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, has written two books, and been featured on Dateline for his expertise. For the first time in my life, I was actually looking forward to... Continue Reading →

strength

Strength has a tendency to come and go. One minute, you're seeing things optimistically, and the next, you're feeling so hopeless, you can't even begin to think about how to recover from what you're going through. Throughout this entire past year, I put a pressure on myself to move on from my diagnosis. I told... Continue Reading →

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