Washington, North Carolina –
Jon Sadler— a former engineer instrumental in the creation of the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. and an avid sailor— has lived with epilepsy since childhood and has an intimate knowledge of its effects and consequences. Through the many ups and downs, his experiences have given him a unique perspective and many life lessons, most importantly, the power of hope.
There were times when he was broken and defeated by seizures, but now Jon works as a mentor and counselor, focusing on helping people with epilepsy. His unique perspective and solid Christian faith has given him a wealth of knowledge to share with others fighting their own battles.
He has published inspirational books to help individuals struggling with their own battles: Weathering the Storms: Living With and Understanding Epilepsy, In the Midst of the Storm: A Story of Trauma, Faith and Hope and
Sailing Through the Storms of Seizures: Living with Epilepsy, Recovering from Brain Surgery, and Being a Caregiver.
“I have learned more about what my parents and siblings experienced with my first seizure as I work with the parents of very young children with seizures. Watching an adult have a generalized tonic-clonic seizure can be terrifying for people who do not know what a seizure is, especially with someone they love. Seeing a child have a seizure is considerably more difficult and emotionally stressful. I was four years old when I had my first seizure.” – Jon Sadler
Listen 🎧 to my inspirational conversation with Jon Sadler on Hodge Podge Podcast HERE!
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In the Midst of the Storms: A Story of Trauma, Faith and Hope (Amazon Version)
Weathering the Storms: Living with and Understanding Epilepsy (Amazon Version)
Jon_Sadler_Weathering_the_Storms_Living_with_and_U (Audio Version for $4.95)