gadinaz,Many disabilities resulting from stroke improve with time. Behavior changes and emotional health can also improve over time. Hope these help. http://www.strokeassociation.org/STROKEORG/LifeAfterStroke/RegainingIndependence/EmotionalBehavioralChallenges/Emotional-and-Behavioral-Challenges-After-Stroke_UCM_308549_SubHomePage.jsp http://www.strokeassociation.org/STROKEORG/LifeAfterStroke/RegainingIndependence/EmotionalBehavioralChallenges/Behavior-Changes-After-Stroke_UCM_309752_Article.jsp#.V9RI9YZrjDc
Mel-WI,I'm sending my well wishes your way. I had a stroke back in April in my occipital lobe as well that left me with blind spots in my eyes and seizures. I can't begin to imagine the way your life changed that day....I know mine did in its own way. Just know you're not alone & I too struggle with the emotional aspects every day. I never know when the next seizure is going to happen or my eyes are going to heal. I've just signed up for a local support group. Maybe there is one in town by you & you could find transportation to the meetings. Mine is once a month & helps tremendously. Just know you're not alone....