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Learn, support and connect with people who have epilepsy


Bring awareness, support and connect with people and their families who are affected by the disorder.


Epilepsy You're Not Alone is dedicated to providing the most reliable, complete, and up-to-date information about epilepsy. Our mission is to help people with epilepsy and their loved ones make sense of this complex disorder. The Epilepsy Cure provides a great deal of information about epilepsy, so people with epilepsy can make the best decisions for their lives. We are raising awareness and support for those who have been diagnosed with epilepsy. More information on epilepsy go to our website at


This website gives you the materials you need to gain encouragement and strength to overcome having epilepsy and be able to live life to its fullest.

Our site focuses on certain topics related to epilepsy that no one has often discussed. Our main goals is to help others recognize that life has much to offer. Life does not have to cease just because you have epilepsy.

The techniques our sites focus on helping you build the inner power to do anything or become anything you want in life. Our approaches for dealing with epilepsy will enable you to take a better direction in your everyday life of living and dealing with your disorder.

Most important, our site shows you that you are not alone. There are people here that understand what you are going through and support you. We will help you build confidence in yourself. We teach others the tools to learn how to incorporate epilepsy into your life so you can approach the disorder on a positive note. You can make life anything you want if you have positive goals to focus on and if you have a good understanding of how to approach them.

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