Monthly Archives: April 2016

You sound a lot like me

I too joined this BLog to make the extra money to stay home with the kids. I was “driven determined and hard working,” like they said, so I could do it! Yeah right. It is a shame that they give us false hopes like that and then expect us to pass them on to others. This has been discussed here before, but they give you all this hype about making money to for your children’s future, but when you are involved the last thing you are doing is spending any time with them. The MLM I was involved with had a special forum for our team. I never did officially leave that forum and the daily digests still come in my inbox. Every once in a while I read through the posts for laughs (when in reality it justs makes me more angry, so I don’t know why I do it other than the fact that one day I am going to compose a long post about what I really think:) and my former upline seriously posted about her new ideas for her kids for the summer and literally how to keep them out of your hair so you can work. This coming from the woman who speaks endlessly about the wonderful opportunities this has brought for her family and at the same time admits once you are in that she never spends anytime with them, because she will “later.” What the heck kind of a contradiction is that?!
Anyway, you did the right thing for you and your family. Just chalk it up to a lesson learned.

Sorry to hear of your travails

I would suggest getting in touch with the Epilepsy Foundation and getting a recommendation from them of who to get in touch with andget a realistic and complete diagnosis.

Our son has a seizure disorder, onset at puberty. His seizures were severe and the original medication used to control them, Tegretol, gradually stopped working. He is currently on Keppra which has been absolutely brilliant in terms of results – no seizures in three years.
I know nothing about your circumstances and I would urge you to go to the institutions that have the most skill at diagnosis in seizure disorders and get a thorough testing and diagnosis done.

I also urge you not to make any sudden changes. Seizures can have devastating results. PLease be careful