dear Fishes, I'm deeply sorry for the loss of your husband, because being married for 30 years is something to be proud
of, and when you lose the love of your life, your rock and your inspiration it seems as though the hole left can not
be filled, but what it does is that it leaves a permanent space in your heart, one that you carry everywhere you go,
so he's always with you, so you can still talk with him, ask him for advice, because after 30 years you would know
exactly what he would think, because your married has been formed around both your ideas and that's why you are today.
Having epilepsy can come at any notice, without even knowing, as I also have epilepsy, generalized tonic clonic,
but medication has it
under control, but the high dosage I have to take make me very tired which is always a problem.
Can I ask you a couple of questions and please only answer if you want to; what type of epilepsy do you have,
and was it generic or caused by an accident, and what is it that you say 'seemed to be on the right track'. Geoff. x