Become involved with Mental Health Advocacy. #ENDtheSTIGMA #MentalHealth

Hi Everybody, As many of you know, May is Mental Health Awareness month. And many of my followers should know by now that I'm very passionate about mental health advocacy. You can read my other articles to find out why and how I'm involved. Last year, in 2019, this campaign was a huge success with... Continue Reading →

Epilepsy the “invisible” disability.

My 20yr old daughter was just recently diagnosed as having a form of epilepsy called Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy. She has been unable to drive herself due to our state law and for safety precautions. However, we are approaching the time where she can become cleared by her neurologist to get behind the wheel again. But... Continue Reading →

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