I have epilepsy... and I have a terrible time with organization, memory, word recall, and knowing my limits... I take Keppra to manage my seizures and I have been seizure free for almost 8 years... How do you know when to slow things down? I am a full time working mom- I am a teacher... and in order to keep my job- I need to take several classes or move back to MN- out of CA... I feel like I just can't really take on everything, but my husband sees me as the responsible one, the care taker, the reliable one- so instead of moving back where my teaching license is good because I finished school there- he wants me to go back to school so that we can continue to live in California near his family. I am exhausted- not sure how to keep up thie pace I have going... now how do I add classes to all of this??? Anyone have suggestions or in a similar situation?
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