Marriage in People with Epilepsy: A Compelling Theme for Psycho-Behavioral Research


Epilepsy, one of the commonest neurological disorders, is not only associated with a large disability burden but also with a range of psycho-social problems [1–4]. Dealing with these psycho-social issues is sometimes more complicated than managing seizures. Difficulties experienced by people with epilepsy (PWE) in the psycho-social sphere include barriers to education, employment and marriage [5–7]. Marriage is an important societal but deeply personal issue, and can be a formidable challenge in the lives of PWE [8,9].


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