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Where should I start? The first time I experienced a seizure? The first time I was diagnosed with psychogenic seizures by that awful neurologist? What about beginning with my sojourn in the epilepsy monitoring unit, several years into my recovery?
There’s so much to this story, so many twists and turns. Whenever I think about the topic, my emotions dart all over the place—frustration, anger, and resentment, grief and sadness, and finally relief that for the most part, I’ve come to terms with the whole story.
A Battle Within: Living After Brain Injury podcast episode 153: Deb Brandon’s Brain had Other Ideas hosted by Drew and Terry Niemann 1:00:07 available on most platforms, including Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Apple Podcast, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, Spotify, Pandora, Alexa, and Google Home. From podcast hosts Drew and Terry Niemann: Deb is a warrior who … Read more
For decades I didn’t file any of my sexual experiences under the label rape. After all, no one applied physical force—the sex was always consensual. Nor was I comfortable using the label statutory rape, even though when I was a minor, all my sexual partners were not. At the time, I knew what I was doing—I wanted it.