I appreciate all your kind wishes. It means a lot.
Well, I said I admire how my daughter gets on with her life, and I do, but I also wish she'd take a little more pause about this seizure. She hasn't completely quit driving. She says she'll stay off highways, and keep it to a minimum, but not completely quit. She says she can feel it coming on (she's only had 2, and the first one she doesn't even remember!) and could pull over in time. I have a friend who had them for years, and says sometimes she could feel them beforehand, sometimes not. It's just not worth it!
Our other daughter lives about a mile from her, and is usually available to drive her to work, etc. Plus there's a good bus system in that town. Her father, as usual, says, "well, as long as she doesn't do it much - - " baloney! I mentioned not paying her car insurance, but that makes me the bad guy. I can handle that (I'm used to it) but he pays the bills and I doubt he'd go along with it. He prefers not to "borrow trouble." The way I see it, he prefers to stick his head in the sand....
I'm used to constant power struggles with our son, but not with our daughters!
She hasn't seen a doctor yet. She has an appt. with the on-call doctor I liked on the phone for 2 weeks from today. Her present neuro couldn't get her in for 2 months!
...fibromyalgia, hashimoto's thyroiditis, hearing loss, elevated liver enzymes, skin grafting (back), arthritis, scoliosis, lumbar disc damage, sciatica, IBS, migraines, tachycardia, cancer surgeries (face).......daily Nortriptyline, Levothyroxine, & Clonopin, and Tramadol and Midrin as needed