Humans of Southport: Morgan John


Tabby Fitzgerald, Reporter

“I was really freaked out. I didn’t remember most of it. I had one (at school), and it was really scary. The first thing I remember was waking up in an ambulance outside. It was pretty freaky. My parents told me, and they were like, ‘Hey, this is what just happened.’ And I was like ‘Wow, that was weird.’ I’ve had them since August, and I’m (currently) 70 days free (of) seizures right now. I think it’s a struggle to have them, because you don’t know when you’re going to have them, and a lot of medicines don’t work. So everything you try, it just takes a long time to get it under control.”