Having lived with epilepsy since age two, Beth thought she knew the drill. When mysterious symptoms developed in her thirties, she realized she didn’t know it at all. In a love letter to the 3.4 million Americans who live with epilepsy, this story humanizes the epilepsy experience, shattering long-held stereotypes in favor of authenticity.

Drawing on humor, simple joys, and painful truths, the story highlights love of family, a relentless search for answers, and the tenacity it takes to follow your instincts when you can barely rise from bed.