I'm 25, living with my Dad, and I like to come in here (The Nursery) just to get a sense of how my Dad feels. I mean, to get a better idea of what my Dad feels when he sees his son on the floor shaking violently.
It cannot be easy for your Dad but for those of us who have a seizure we cannot understand the emotions involved but we can get a little sense of the emotions involved. You will always be his child no matter what and he will always do his best for you even if we cannot see it at the time.
Finalpoet. I recently, 2 days ago when talking About my seizure 3 days ago. My wife yelled "you have no idea what it's like watching your true love seizing and can't breath. I feel for her . We both know it can't be helped and is no one's fault. I feel for her... I think l loving them as best as you can. I do not want to minimize them I just want to somewhat normalize them. To talk about the issue as an issue with a nervous system disorder (. As in my case) talking about it helps here.