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UGH: Life from a teenage Epileptic's perspective by Surumya Bhargava
https://www.amazon.com/UGH-Life-teenage-Epileptics-perspective/dp/1521246645/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1540853737&sr=8-1&keywords=surumya+bhargava2018-10-30, 12:30 PM

This story is about what it's like to have a disorder, but not discover it until life catches up with you. 

UGH, is my story as a teen with Epilepsy about the challenges life has brought to me. It mostly revolves around but is not limited to the social impact. I talk about my journey to self awareness by talking about how I eventually made friends, how I dealt with siblings and family, learning to drive, adjusting to high school, conquering academic pressure, jumping the hurdle of bad teachers and much more. While any teen in this generation doesn’t necessarily have to have a disorder to have these feelings and thoughts, they aren’t widely spoken either. Instead they are shoved under the rug. 

This story shows the progression of how I’ve become the person I am today, because I’ve become who I am by going above and beyond.

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