Thank you Jake for responding. Some of the terms you mentioned are new to me. My son was in college when these seizures began and I went to the Neurologist with him in the beginning stages. Since then, he has regularly seen that doctor but I have not been at those appointments. I have not heard of the Ictal stage, but that sounds right. He reports to me that he doesn't hear me and is not aware of my presence during the post seizure time frame when he is very confused and stumbling and unpredictable. There doesn't seem to be any anger attached to any part of this seizure process, it appears to be more like a zombie. The neuro has not labeled his epilepsy as temporal lobe or frontal lobe or any other that I know of. I'm at a phase of wanting to know more now that he has dropped out of college and returned home and I am experiencing these seizures with him more often. He tried to stay in school and was not letting on how difficult his life had gotten until he finally broke down and admitted that he just couldn't handle the stress of it all. He was failing more classes than he was passing and partly due to the missed classes/tests/etc as a result of the seizures. I want him to have a high quality of life and get a handle on this epilepsy to minimize its effect. I want to understand this better so I can help him more so I really appreciate your help. I will be looking into the Epileptologist idea, I had no idea they existed. Just for record, we are in Georgia.