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Posted by Cori on April 19, 2000 at 16:58:09:

In Reply to: Seizure clusters and living alone posted by Melba on April 16, 2000 at 01:41:58:

Hi,
I don't have seisures but have other physical problems.
It may not be easy to find a room mate willing to take on the responsibilty of your seizures. Unless that one has problems living alone also and may be willing to trade off. Human nature being what it is, I suggest you ahve the duties and obligations clearly written up as a contract tho! You can always get a three bedroom palce and pay a little more to still ahae your office!

Maybe you can get one of those alarms like are made for elderly or needful persons that alwerts someone if you have a need. First Alert it is called, I think.
ALSO, and FIRSTLY, you are strictly responsible to NOT over do so you will have less frequent seizures, if you want to be able to live alone.
Take care of yourself...it is no one else's job.

That is blunt, but I want you to be able to have a life on your own!

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