Chronic childhood diseases change the ways families function, cope, and maintain a sense of normalcy. Children and families diagnosed with epilepsy are no different. Even though epileptic seizures come in many different variations, the families they affect share feelings of worry, anxiety, and distress. Listen to two families, the Gallagher's and the Catherwood's, share their stories of living with epilepsy, the inability to have their seizures controlled by medication, and ultimately their decision undergo surgery.