What experiences do we share, and what barriers confront us? Is it possible to replace our contemporary, medicalized culture with something more representative of us as complete beings? Are we ready for a real sense of community yet?
I think so.
Hello Paula - I am the Partnership Executive for Purple Day 2009. I just stumbled across your blog and am thrilled with your support of Purple Day for epilepsy awareness!I will be adding your blog to a new section on the www.purpleday.org Media page entitled "Blogging Purple Day".I did notice your post about Chapman University and am very curious! Please email email@example.com and let me know what Chapman has planned so we can post it to the site.Thank you again for all your support and everything you do for people living with epilepsy everywhere.Best Regards,Michelle Caplan
My new purple shirt is ready.
Greetings Paula,I enjoy reading your blog very much; it is refreshing to hear a personal side to epilepsy without all the clinical jargon. However, I think it would be useful to you and to your readers to include links where applicable to other resources, help, and support for special events, services, etc. Fondly,Meredith
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