Skip to main content


Never allow someone to be your priority while allowing yourself to be their option.”

Mark Twain

I quoted Mark Twain last night to my best friend who just broke up with her boyfriend. A little back story (I blame myself for one) I set them up together she got out of a bad relationship and I set her up with this guy who was a family friend who I thought was a really nice guy, but he's one of those guys that shows their bad side once deep into the relationship. They left on good terms (I still would like to put him in the ground) which shows the level of maturity the reason I'm so upset is because he asked her to move in with him and then turns around and breaks her heart where she has to move back home where she has no job no house (Yeah mom and dad but still) he makes her feel that there is something wrong with her there isn't she's an amazing person. He's messed with her mind which upsets me big time I want to put him 6 foot under but she won't let me. (Plus I'm a lot of talk)
Here's to the girls/women out there this is my motherly advice (After all I go by the name of Epileptic Mom)
  1. When a guy/gal breaks your heart it will heal
  2. You are beautiful you don't need a man/partner to tell you that
  3. You matter
  4. Your soulmate is out there
  5. It was just the wrong timing
  6. Grab the girls and go out
  7. Grab the ice cream
  8. It's okay to cry your heart was just shattered into a million pieces
  9. Being alone for a while is a good thing you can figure out who you are and what you are meant to be and do you can find your strength but remember not to harden your heart that makes you who you are and is your beauty
  10. You're never alone
Don't let yourself depend on someone else I do not say don't depend on anyone but don't lean on someone when you don't have to. I lean on my husband more than I should and I'm his wife you may hear stuff like "When you're in a relationship that's what the other person is for" or "they're your other half you should let them help" This teaches young ones to depend on others instead of depending on themselves. Every heartbreak has a lesson on either what not to do or what to do you learn from it.
I don't like seeing people hurt it hurts me I am one of those people who wishes happiness for everyone. You have my list and honestly if you Google what to do after a break up you get multiple options. I didn't Google a list to make the one on here that came from the heart I'm the married friend I've gotten used to giving advice and I've gotten better at giving good advice. Now parenting advice still figuring that out that's an entirely different post. I could go on and on about how to deal with a breakup or what you should do but I don't want to write a book. (Or series) I mean if that day comes that I'm writing a self-help book then so be it. I put myself out there to help you.

Amanda Rost

Instagram : @EpilepticMom


Popular posts from this blog

More Change....It's Good Though

I know I put it on my podcast but need to let my readers know I am enrolling in college, so I'm cutting back in some areas. My blog is my home and the first project that I have been neglecting horribly, and I apologize I use to use it as a safe place from my ex-husband and where my divorce is finally finalized as of September 19th, 2019. I don't really need a safe place anymore, but I still want to strive to help people, and I'm pretty sure I've said this before, but I need to work on myself before I can genuinely help someone else. Starting tomorrow, October 10th, 2019, my boyfriend and I are going to be working out as a couple. I'm excited because well, as cheesy as it sounds, this is a first for me. I'm making new frists with him; we are going to be Pikachu and Ash Ketchum for Halloween; it's another first for me as well. I've been so happy with my life lately; I almost forgot to keep my passion alive. I know that sounds weird, but it happens life

Mom Life

If you're a mom you might just ask yourself this question almost daily "Am I a bad mom" I know I do and I normally talk to my best friend or my boyfriend about it and why I feel that way. I always get told the same thing by both of them "NO you are not a bad mom you are doing what you can" That is one this every mom needs to remember you're no a bad mom if it's your first child no matter how old they are you're still learning. Every day is a new lesson. You're never truly are on your own when it comes to parenting even if it feels like it at times. As being a human you're constantly learning even if you don't realize it. Just because it's not a big lesson sometimes the smaller ones can be more of an impact than the big ones.  My toddler constantly tests my patience he tries to push me to my breaking point. I get mad but I have to take a deep breath. I know he doesn't understand but sometimes I think he knows exactly what he&#

Brain Health

I really don't know what I want this post to be about, I've talked about unplugging what I'm up to I just won't call writers' block. If  I were to do that though I personally feel like I'd be giving up, I've been racking my head on how to finish out this project I've been working on. I want to tell you, but it's a secret, and I can't wait until everything is done. I will tell you this project is suitable for everyone of any type. I know I've announced that I am now an ambassador for 2 companies, but they still have a couple things in common Craft 1816 and Just Strong. In case you haven't heard of these brands, Craft 1816 is a CBD oil company and is THC free Just Strong is a fitness clothing company based out of the UK. As far as I know from the other ambassadors I've met, they are just really into health or have a form of disability themselves. I haven't met someone with Epilepsy yet. Just Strong believes in mental and physic