Feeling alone, isolated, misunderstood and as far from the world of "Normality" as possible is exactly how I felt for 25 Years in dealing with the Epilepsy that followed from a High School Football injury.
The feelings of experiencing small mal and grand mal seizures are truly indescribable unless you've journeyed the road that an Epileptic walks in life. The feeling of knowing you're experiencing a small mal and hoping to no end for the sake of humiliation that it does not go further into a grand mal is how I felt for years.
To know how it feels when seeing the all too familiar "Ghostly Look of Shock & Terror" in the eyes of others as you awake from a grand mal seizure...not knowing your name, location or even the day of the week; knowing nothing about the world around you except that you are lost in it, is how I lived my life for 20+ years.
Yes, your memory comes back slowly after you regain consciousness, but the feeling of the mental and emotional pain of what you just experienced never leaves you.
Those memories are still with me to this day and that is why I am here to serve.
Coach Stefan Rudolph Specializes in Life Coaching for Epilepsy, Life Coaching for Seizures, Life Coaching for Epileptics, Personal Growth Coaching for Epilepsy and Overall Self Development Coaching and/or Personal Growth Coaching for those looking to take their life to the next level.
In his own path of life he found a natural cure for seizures and would like to share his story, promote personal growth, promote inspiration with a focus on never giving up. in Life. Coach Stefan Rudolph's areas of expertise include working with clients that are seeking a holistic cure for grand mal seizures and/or on a search for the natural cure for epilepsy in their life.
Coach Stefan Rudolph is helping empower those who have been struggling with epilepsy and seeking help in the area of empowerment when tic eoms to facing life head on every day and winning!
Coach Stefan Rudolph promotes the area of personal growth and self-development with a focus on the "Positive Growth Fuel Factor" that"Everything Happens For A Reason!"
"I knew there was a reason for these feelings." My Gut Instinct spoke out to me in 2011. "I had to experience these obstacles in order to grow." Feelings that my Heart told me that I must learn from in order to grow from and be able to help others around the World in their journey.
Feelings of Fear, Inadequacy, Resentment, Anger, Frustration, and most of all Deep Depression from feeling Isolated, Misunderstood and never having proper Communication with someone to talk to who could truly understand my situation, is what my life was filled with during these years of my journey.
As an Epileptic Dealing with the Fear of Seizures in my battle with Epilepsy, not having someone there for me that I truly could trust would understand what it was that I was going through was the hardest part. Yet it was what I had to Go Through and what I had to Grow Through in order to experience my Breakthrough in LIfe to clear the path of my divine destiny for helping others.
All along, I learned to keep my thoughts positive and remain Thank-Full for life itself. I knew this experience had to occur and that it was one which I never wanted to forget. I knew it was my calling to overcome this "Dis...Ease" and to help others
Deep down inside from my "Gut Instinct", that of my "Soul", I knew that everything happens for reason and that this reason was my calling to someday begin reaching out and helping others deal with the trauma that goes along with this "Dis...Ease" in life which we call Epilepsy.
I look forward to serving you...
~Coach Stefan Rudolph ~
To live through this experience for 20+ years and to go through the experience of Thousands of small-mal seizures throughout my life, and to know what a traumatizing feeling it is to have a grand mal seizure and lose control of your life...continually over and over, is now why I am here to serve my life's purpose in helping others.
Having someone there for you that knows what it is like to have a grand mal seizure, what it is like to see the look of shock and terror on the faces around you after awakening from a seizure, someone to know what you're living through at this time is why I am here to listen and to serve.
I've lived through the experience of left temporal lobe awake craniotomy and know what it's like to have to rebuild strength again over and over in life and not to give up. I know what it's like to work on developing a mindset focused on consistency in overcoming obstacles in life physically, mentally and emotionally. I know that...I am now here to serve.
I'm here to help others deal with their emotions, restructure their thought patterns and understand that there is away out, there is way to deal with the unexpected occurrence of seizures, there is a way to build mental and emotional toughness as your journey down this road. There is light at the end of the tunnel and to never give up!
"If You Can Look Up You Can Get Up!"
~ Les Brown ~
To have a Coach there for you that knows what a traumatizing feeling it is to have a seizure and lose control of the world around you...continually over and over in life, this is the reason why I am here. To let others know that they are not alone.
No one in the world of "Normality" can ever understand the onset of depressing feelings that come on from the shock an epileptic witnesses in others when they wake from their seizure...But I Can.
My name is Coach Stefan Rudolph and I am here to help you grow! Take the next step contact me today for a Free 30 Minute Coaching Session.
Suffering from epilepsy for 20 years from a HS Football injury, having 2 epileptic car accidents in 2004, Brain Surgery in 2007 & having epilepsy return to haunt me with seizures in the racquetball court, weight room & locker room, my life collapsed...BUT I NEVER GAVE UP! In 2012, "Ctrl+Alt+Delete", I reset my mind & reset my life by focusing on Health & Wellness through Awareness. After being off meds 5 years I holistically cured epilepsy 100% & Won 2 Gold Medals in 2018! This is my story...
An audio version written in my upcoming book from my journey and story: "Thank You to the 1,000th Power!"
This is not a battle of doing...this is a battle of being. The most difficult transition in life is shifting from what you have been taught that you "have" to do in order to survive in society to doing what you "Love" to do in order to Thrive in this world that you create!
"Welcome Change. Welcome Challenge. Welcome Obstacles. Welcome Growth. Be the Change."
My traumatic brain injury took place in High School Football back on October 2nd, 1988. From this point forward my life changed. Yet in my young Ego controlled mind, acceptance of this change was not...Accepted! I wanted to keep doing what I was doing and have the control over my life and over my choices in life. I wanted to keep things just the way there were in my life, just like nothing had happened. But something did happen...something major!
Still, the ego mind said "You're Fine! Nothing is wrong. Keep drinking, keep partying, keep doing what you're doing...play sports, drink beer, party on, everything is fine!" This was my first experience of living life through a closed minded and closed heart point of view. The ego mind vs. the spirit voice within the heart, I had no connection to spirit, I was completely closed to listening to any doctor or any adult that wanted what was best for me. I knew this was not right to think this way when it came to drinking and partying after such a major TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) in my life.
My previously undiscussed story on how exactly my epilepsy started and the 25 years that followed in my life that included multiple grand mal seizures at work, in the gym, on the beach, on the racquetball court, in the locker room and more. My life was a mess. I had to wake up! From there I did sober up for one year in order to qualify and be safe for brain surgery. Then on May 9th, 2007, I had left temporal lobe awake craniotomy. But then, one year later, I started drinking again and received my 3rd DUI in 5 years and did jail time, went through bankruptcy and lost everything.
It was the insanity, same thing over and over expecting different results. But not giving up, I stayed positive and stayed grateful for all that I had in my life. And with drive, determination and dedication I made my way out of it and now help others. Enjoy, please subscribe, like and share and message or call me if you'd like more information or need help in any area.
The ride home on Highway 10 from Arizona State University in 2018. Proud of myself for becoming my new self and overcoming any and all obstacles in life. Obstacles of which others said my now proven achievements could not be done!
The following is a detailed educational video description of Epilepsy, Seizures and the various forms of treatment for the "Dis...Ease" in life that affects so many out there today and is growing.
Coach Stefan Rudolph is here to serve his calling in helping you Build Confidence, understand the Power of Knowing, and incorporate the ultimate step in life and Reset Your Mind, Reset Your Life!
Defining epilepsy and how it affects the brain and the nervous system when a seizure occurs. Epilepsy is a neurological condition which affects the brain and nervous system. It is also a physical condition because the body is affected when someone has a seizure. There are over 40 different types of seizures and not all seizures involve convulsions, unconsciousness and shaking.
The brain is the center that controls and regulates all voluntary and involuntary responses in the body. It consists of nerve cells that normally communicate with one another through electrical activity. A seizure occurs when parts of the brain receive a burst of abnormal electrical signals that temporarily interrupt normal electrical brain function. During an epileptic seizure, the neurons may fire as many times as 500 times a second, compared to a normal rate of 80 times a seconds.