My Featured Blog is called "If I Talk About It, Will You Listen?"
For the last year, I started all my posts with the first two words "If I." I developed the idea during last year's walk when I suspected that some people emphasized talking without interacting. As difficult as it is to talk about it, listening is difficult, especially to the reasons behind the silence.
Talking does not necessarily heal, but denial rarely helps. There is power in being heard. Sometimes, we can become more healthy by talking about it and by knowing others are talking for us.
The evening before the 6th Annual National Walk for Epilepsy, EFA honored Heroes of Epilepsy at the National Museum for Women in the Arts. Eisai, the pharmaceutical company, sponsored the event. Two people were acknowledged for moving us forward. Do you know anyone in the slideshow?
You can also view my blog at bryanfarleyphotography.com. Feel free to post at my blog too. I would like to add links to everyone who attended. There were many people at the event who help keep us going. I would like to talk about them too.