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7 Ways to Get More Triptans Each Month

08/02/2015 21:07:10 PM

Now that you know why triptans are rationed and the rationale behind it, let’s get to what you really want to know—is there a way to increase how many triptans you get... READ MORE > read more

When I’m mentally checked out, it’s really hard on my loved ones

08/02/2015 05:07:39 AM

Longtime readers of my articles (which originally were blog posts on my blog called—you guessed it!—“The Migraine Girl”) know I have had a wonderful, loving man in my life for many... READ MORE > read more

What is a migraine emergency?

07/31/2015 05:12:43 AM

Two years ago I was doing some last-minute shopping the night before Thanksgiving day.  I started experiencing a prolonged aura that could have been the early signs of a stroke.  After an... READ MORE > read more

Married…with migraine

07/30/2015 05:13:19 AM

During my late teens and through most of my twenties, I didn’t expect to ever get married. I can be so fiercely independent it sometimes impairs my ability to work on a... READ MORE > read more

Community ideas: withstanding the heat with migraine

07/29/2015 05:23:50 AM

During the spring and summer (and sometimes even the fall!) months, it can get unbearably hot – not to mention that heat can also be a migraine trigger for some. So, we asked... READ MORE > read more

Triptan Rationing

07/29/2015 05:20:37 AM

The box of nine Amerge that I just picked up from the pharmacy has gone missing. My anger and anxiety about that fact are far greater than might seem reasonable, but I’m... READ MORE > read more

Embracing the migraine identity

07/28/2015 05:03:49 AM

There’s a popular saying within a lot of chronic illness communities… You are not your illness. But what happens when your illness starts before you’re old enough to remember it? Does it not... READ MORE > read more

I feel the heat wave in my bones

07/27/2015 04:57:17 AM

Today and yesterday were blissfully cool by Georgia summer standards.  Both mornings I went for an hour-long walk, yesterday in a nearby park by myself as I listened to podcasts, today with... READ MORE > read more

Comfort measure basics

07/26/2015 19:09:23 PM

We have a collection of information so vast that even those of us who work here often use the search engine to find answers to your questions. So one day, out of curiosity, I... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Absurdities

07/24/2015 05:09:43 AM

Laughing at the absurd things I do because of migraine keeps me from crying about them. Here are some of the migraine absurdities that amuse me. Please share your own in the comments!... READ MORE > read more

20 ways we can sabotage our migraine progress

07/23/2015 05:01:44 AM

As this article was beginning to take shape, self-doubt almost kept it hidden in the folder of “unfinished projects.” A lot of time was wasted worrying about your possible responses.  The title alone... READ MORE > read more

Would you Skype with a headache specialist?

07/23/2015 04:59:46 AM

Imagine seeing a specialist who really understands migraine and can recommend the best possible treatments for you. Some of us are fortunate to have a specialist nearby or are able to travel... READ MORE > read more

Putting Others in Your Migraine Shoes… With a Game

07/22/2015 04:58:37 AM

Explaining how migraine wreaks havoc on your life to someone who hasn’t experienced it can feel impossible. “If they could be in my shoes, they’d understand how hard this is,” people often... READ MORE > read more

CGRP Antagonists are the New Triptans

07/22/2015 04:55:56 AM

The American Headache Society (AHS) held its 57th Annual Conference in June 2015 in Washington, DC. The buzzword this year was CGRP, which stands for Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide. A peptide is a... READ MORE > read more

My first experience with triptans

07/22/2015 04:45:09 AM

It was in the spring of 1995 when I first experienced using triptans to treat acute migraine attacks. I’d been a migraineur for twenty years, relying on way too much Advil, cold wet... READ MORE > read more

Finding Hope in Migraine Research

07/21/2015 05:12:35 AM

I recently had the pleasure of talking to Cathy Glaser, founder of the Migraine Research Foundation (MRF), about their 2014 Research grants. Their worldwide grants, called seed-money grants, fund innovative research. They... READ MORE > read more

A Caregiver’s Advice on Caregiving

07/21/2015 05:08:33 AM

When I asked Allison, the caregiver whose husband has chronic migraine, how she takes care of herself and what advice she has for other caregivers, she responded with this David Letterman-style top... READ MORE > read more

Migraine bachelorette party

07/20/2015 05:14:18 AM

A few weeks before my wedding, one of my dearest friends (the famous-to-you-longtime-readers “HT”) decided that I needed to have a bachelorette party.  For years, I eschewed the idea of a bachelorette... READ MORE > read more

A reality check on positive thinking

07/19/2015 18:38:34 PM

That skycap just left me at the gate without telling anyone I needed assistance getting onto the plane. Annoyed, I limped down the ramp, cane in one hand, backpack strapped over my... READ MORE > read more

Bouts of Nausea = Headacheless Migraine?

07/17/2015 12:28:28 PM

I woke to find myself mid-stride, dashing to the bathroom. I felt perfectly fine when I got into bed, while I was reading, and even when I settled in to sleep. Then... READ MORE > read more

Our “Ask Me Anything-Migraine Triggers” Event – Here’s the Recap!

07/16/2015 05:16:27 AM

On Monday, June 15th, hosted our Ask Me Anything (AMA) event on Facebook, facilitated by our moderators and team in honor of Migraine and Headache Awareness Month (MHAM). The purpose was to provide a set time... READ MORE > read more

Recommended guidelines for opioid treatment

07/16/2015 05:05:26 AM

In this final installment of our series on opioid medications we will be exploring the guidelines recommended by leading headache experts. In case you’re just now joining in, please take a look at A... READ MORE > read more

Trying the NTI device for TMJ pain and migraine prevention

07/15/2015 05:49:33 AM

Several years ago, I talked with my then-dentist about my tendency to clench my teeth at night. (Though I’ve occasionally been a grinder, I generally just clench in my sleep, or even... READ MORE > read more

2015 3rd Annual AHMA Patient Conference

07/14/2015 07:30:34 AM

The 3rd Annual Patient Conference of the American Headache and Migraine Association (AHMA) took place on June 22nd in Washington, DC. AHMA exists to provide support and education to patients with migraine... READ MORE > read more

Flying with a disability

07/13/2015 20:52:29 PM

I recently traveled on a commercial airline for the first time in 14 years. Due to a knee injury, my doctor recommended using a cane when climbing stairs or walking more than... READ MORE > read more

AVP-825 vs. Oral Sumatriptan: Results of The COMPASS study

07/13/2015 13:14:13 PM

AVP-825 is an investigational breath-powered intranasal delivery system for delivering sumatriptan powder (22 mg). Placebo-controlled trials have shown that AVP-825 provides significantly greater pain relief as early as 30 minutes after dosing.... RE > read more

The Future of Classifying Migraine Through MRI

07/13/2015 06:13:44 AM

The American Headache Society (AHS) held its 57th Annual Conference in June 2015 in Washington, DC. This year’s Wolff Award was presented to Dr. Todd J. Schwedt, MD, FAHS, Professor of Neurology... READ MORE > read more

A Caregiver’s Perspective

07/12/2015 20:58:39 PM

Allison is a caregiver for Brian, her husband, who has chronic migraine. She agreed to an interview about what it’s like to be a caregiver. She responded to my questions with candor... READ MORE > read more

The FDA requires drug makers to strengthen warning labels for NSAIDs

07/10/2015 11:44:47 AM

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced new data that shows nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) cause an increase in the risk of heart attack and stroke. Serious side effects and increased risk... READ MORE > read more

25% Increase in Number of Certified Headache Specialists

07/10/2015 05:14:32 AM

An additional 104 headache specialists were certified by the United Council for Neurologic Subspecialities in 2014. That brings the number of specialists in the U.S. to 520, which is a 25% increase!... READ MORE > read more

Have migraine, will travel

07/09/2015 04:57:37 AM

When it comes to travel, I’ve learned the hard way. Packing for migraine is a little like packing for a small child. Both are unpredictable, have unreasonable needs, and require way too much stuff.... READ MORE > read more

Seemingly insurmountable worries that pop up when I [try to] sleep

07/08/2015 05:06:39 AM

I recently implemented a system that has revolutionized my sleep quality, particularly my ability to fall asleep and avoid stress dreams. It’s super-simple, guys:  write down your worries, to-dos, upcoming tasks, and... READ MORE > read more

Please Don’t Find My Silver Lining

07/08/2015 05:04:53 AM

Forty foods. That’s the total number of ingredients that do not trigger migraine attacks for me. It’s a rotation diet—I eat each food only every four days, so I have about 10... READ MORE > read more

Breaking through the darkness

07/07/2015 04:29:54 AM

By now many of you have read about my battle with suicidal thoughts. That wasn’t the first time, but it certainly was the scariest. I came closer to dying that summer than... READ MORE > read more

Five Ways to Prepare for Pregnancy with Chronic Migraine

07/06/2015 05:33:16 AM

Pregnancy isn’t something we’re always able to plan for in advance. However, if you’re considering getting pregnant and/or you are trying to conceive, this is an ideal time to consider how your... READ MORE > read more

Rest is important even when you’re not feeling ill

07/05/2015 17:45:52 PM

This comment may ruffle some feathers, but I want to say it anyway, because it’s true: sometimes I am grateful for a migraine episode because it makes me slow down and forces... READ MORE > read more

The making of a Migraine advocate

07/02/2015 10:17:19 AM

I haven’t always been a Migraine advocate. My journey with migraine started out a lot like many of you. The first attack hit when I was 5 years old. My parents were... READ MORE > read more

Migraines don’t have to be chronic to impact your life

07/01/2015 11:57:21 AM

Most of the migraineurs I interact with in my day-to-day “real” life aren’t chronic migraineurs.  Rather, they are patients who have been diagnosed with migraine but don’t have fifteen or more headache... READ MORE > read more

Thank You!

06/29/2015 09:01:05 AM

We at want to share a few words of thanks to our amazing community members for spreading awareness far and wide during Migraine and Headache Awareness Month! It’s your involvement that makes this... READ MORE > read more

“It’s just a headache.” – why it bothers us so much

06/29/2015 08:14:13 AM

Nothing irritates a migraineur more than this statement. It tops the list of “what not to say” nearly every time. If you have never experienced a migraine attack, you might be wondering... READ MORE > read more

30 Things About Lisa’s Migraines

06/28/2015 20:56:37 PM

My diagnosis is migraine without aura. My migraine attack frequency is about 2 to 3 times a month on average, which is a dream! I was diagnosed in December 2011, just before... READ MORE > read more

Education & Awareness: Migraine & Headache Awareness Month

06/28/2015 20:48:34 PM

It can be hard to communicate what migraine is as a condition, not to mention how it impacts us. In honor of migraine and headache awareness month, we gathered a few share-worthy articles in the... READ MORE > read more

30 Things About Nancy’s Migraines

06/26/2015 08:57:50 AM

My diagnosis is: Chronic migraine, post-traumatic headache. My migraine attack frequency is: Three to four times a week. I was diagnosed in: 1997 after sustaining a traumatic brain injury. My comorbid conditions... READ MORE > read more

Kudos to my caretakers

06/26/2015 04:18:08 AM

“The Wisdom of Crowds is considerably greater than any one person working alone.” Truer words never spoken. It’s been four years since I’ve been diagnosed with Chronic Migraines. Without the help of... READ MORE > read more

Community Ideas: Summer Get Togethers

06/25/2015 18:41:31 PM

One of the most social seasons of the year has just started – so holiday gatherings, barbecues, and summer get-togethers are in full swing. We thought it might be helpful to share tips and tricks for attending celebrations while dealing > read more

Inside a Migraine Attack

06/25/2015 17:04:18 PM

Despite being a writer who has chronic migraine, I had never written anything describing a migraine attack during one. I was afraid paying so much attention to my symptoms would magnify them.... READ MORE > read more

Getting older means letting go of worries of missing out

06/24/2015 05:06:30 AM

In my twenties, I had migraines pretty frequently. In my twenties, I went out on the town at least once a week (if not three times a week), and I lived to... READ MORE > read more

Another kind of show   

06/23/2015 04:58:23 AM

I’ve been faking wellness for half a lifetime and guess what? I’m still sick. In the beginning I complained, cried, and then vomited when I could no longer hold it all in.... READ MORE > read more

Test Your Knowledge: Migraine Triggers Quiz

06/22/2015 04:56:51 AM

One essential part of effective migraine management is identifying and managing triggers. While triggers can be very tricky (for example, they vary from one person to another, they often change over time,... READ MORE > read more

30 Things About Katie’s Life With Chronic Migraine

06/22/2015 04:53:55 AM

My diagnosis is: Chronic Migraine. My migraine attack frequency is: Daily. I have some form of a headache at all times. A typical day starts at a pain level 3 and increases... READ MORE > read more

Trigger versus Cause

06/21/2015 17:54:17 PM

Migraine is a disease. It is a genetic vulnerability to periodic attacks that frequently include moderate to severe head pain, light and sound sensitivity, nausea, vomiting, and a lot more. Frequently, people... READ MORE > read more

30 Things About Kerrie’s Life With Migraine

06/19/2015 20:11:37 PM

My diagnosis is: chronic migraine My migraine attack frequency is: It was constant until last year. Now I’m getting two a day, but they respond relatively well to triptans. I only lose... READ MORE > read more

Migraine in America: Treatments by the Numbers

06/18/2015 05:28:59 AM

These numbers will come as no surprise to anyone with migraine who has faced the frustration of feeling like they’ve “tried everything.” 6 prescription products Were used by 50% of respondents for... READ MORE > read more

Research: How do you know if a medication is working for you?

06/17/2015 15:35:12 PM

The constant struggle to find the “right” medication is one of the most frustrating aspects of living with a condition like migraine. Some people are able to manage without any (or many)... READ MORE > read more

Roommates (Not) Wanted

06/17/2015 15:31:02 PM

At age 31, I had never had a roommate. I guess there was a long period of time where I lived with my ex-significant other, but to me that doesn’t count. I... READ MORE > read more

Maximizing the Effectiveness of Migraine Abortives

06/16/2015 06:14:03 AM

Is this a migraine or not? I’ll chug some caffeine and put ice on my head and hope it goes away.   I’m pretty sure this is a migraine, but only want... READ MORE > read more

I Will No Longer Fear the Sun

06/15/2015 05:01:32 AM

It’s Sunday morning and it’s one of the nicest days of the year so far. The sun is shining and it’s warm. My husband Paul and I head out for a hike.... READ MORE > read more

30 Things About My Migraines

06/14/2015 18:50:53 PM

My diagnosis is: Chronic daily headache, chronic migraine and cervical dystonia. My migraine attack frequency is: Daily with some being far worse than others. I was diagnosed in: 1977 initially with migraine... READ MORE > read more

Dear healthy loved one

06/12/2015 05:29:26 AM

The migraineur in your life wants you to know: Migraine is a real disease. There is no test for Migraine. There is no known cause. There is no cure. It’s not just... READ MORE > read more

Investigational CGRP Monoclonal Antibodies: Updates from the Congress of the International Headache Society

06/11/2015 19:42:32 PM

The 17th Congress of the International Headache Society was held May 14-17, 2015 in Valencia, Spain. Phase II data were presented on two emerging monoclonal antibodies targeting calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) or... READ MORE > read more

Need a Pick-Me-Up?

06/11/2015 05:31:36 AM

Dealing with migraine is a challenge and a feat that can be downright grueling at times. Because of this, it is crucial to give yourself a little pick-me-up every now and then by indulging in... READ MORE > read more

10 simple ways to raise awareness

06/10/2015 05:13:27 AM

When I was a naïve and clueless teenager I wrote this stupid, cheesy poem about making a difference. It is so bad, I won’t even think about sharing it with you. However,... READ MORE > read more

Without warning, something is just TOO MUCH

06/09/2015 05:05:50 AM

For well over a week in April, it poured down rain in Athens.  You know the phrase “buckets of rain”?  That’s what it was like.  One Wednesday, I was at my friend’s... READ MORE > read more

Patient Perspective: Ketamine

06/08/2015 05:02:12 AM

I’ve recently written about the drug ketamine being used for severe Migraine patients. I’ve shared my experience with ketamine infusions as well. To give a different perspective on ketamine usage, I interviewed... READ MORE > read more

30 Things about my life with migraine

06/07/2015 18:41:34 PM

My diagnoses are: Like many migraine patients, when I finally saw a true specialist, we discovered that I had more than one headache disorder. At this time, I have been diagnosed with... READ MORE > read more

Community Thoughts: What’s the Most Frustrating Thing About Migraine?

06/05/2015 05:33:41 AM

Migraine can affect every aspect of our lives. Sharing about it with others can be helpful in knowing we’re not alone with our frustrations. So, we asked our Facebook community, “What’s the most... READ MORE > read more

Common misconceptions about migraine

06/04/2015 05:01:37 AM

There are lots of misconceptions about migraine. It can be difficult to counter the social stigma surrounding migraine. Trying to explain it can often leave you feeling isolated and misunderstood. The last... READ MORE > read more

Waking up with migraine when you thought you’d be home free

06/03/2015 06:10:47 AM

The alarm goes off and I snooze it just one last time (you already know I have a lifelong problem with this).  Nine minutes later, it goes off again, and I snooze... READ MORE > read more

30 Things About My Life with Chronic Migraine

06/02/2015 05:19:17 AM

Living with chronic illness can be isolating and disheartening. It helps to know we’re not alone. To kick off Migraine Awareness Month, many of us here at are putting together a... READ MORE > read more

Migraine and Headache Awareness Month Starts Today

06/01/2015 05:03:50 AM

When it comes to raising awareness about migraine, finding something to say isn’t difficult—there are plenty of startling facts and statistics—but sharing information is not the same as being heard. The challenge... READ MORE > read more

National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month

05/31/2015 19:01:43 PM

Welcome to National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month. Here at, we want to take time every single day this month to help our community raise awareness about migraine. To that end,... READ MORE > read more

Change your avatar for awareness month!

05/31/2015 18:51:26 PM

June is Migraine and Headache Awareness Month! One way to spread awareness is to change your avatar (profile image) across social media sites. You can download any of the images below to... READ MORE > read more

If My Migraine Could Speak

05/29/2015 05:05:32 AM

If my migraine could speak… …it would tell you all the silly things I have done. My migraine must have a sense of humor because it makes me do ridiculous things. And... READ MORE > read more

How to Embrace the Power of the Clinical Trial on International Clinical Trials Day and Beyond

05/28/2015 23:45:55 PM

When we pick up our prescriptions from the pharmacy, most of us do not think about where these drugs come from. Yet every pill or medical intervention – from cold medicine to... READ MORE > read more

Migraine-specific opioid treatment

05/28/2015 05:07:04 AM

In this third installment of our series on opioid medications we will be exploring some of the discoveries made about the use of opioids to specifically treat migraine. In case you missed... READ MORE > read more

My terrible posture

05/27/2015 05:03:16 AM

Growing up, I was quite the water baby.  Every summer, I was at the neighborhood pool the moment it opened for the season. I was on the swim team as soon as... READ MORE > read more

Supporting migraine research

05/26/2015 05:00:13 AM

Have you ever wanted to do something to directly impact headache science?  Research is the foundation of good science. To discover more effective Migraine treatments, we must first understand what happens in... READ MORE > read more

Facts About Photophobia and Migraine

05/25/2015 19:58:36 PM

Photophobia is one of the hallmark symptoms of migraine and can also be a symptom of other headache disorders. The journal Headache published an exploration photophobia and headache disorders in the March... READ MORE > read more

Never, never, never give up

05/22/2015 04:56:58 AM

Often attributed to Winston Churchill, this statement is a reflection of my current mood as it relates to Migraine. As a lover of historical accuracy, I couldn’t resist the urge to search... READ MORE > read more

Treximet Approved by FDA for Treatment Acute Migraine in Children

05/21/2015 20:22:37 PM

Treximet, which is a combination of sumatriptan and naproxen sodium, was recently approved by the FDA for treatment of acute migraine in children aged 12 years and above.1 This makes it the first approved combination... READ MORE > read more

Getting Appropriate Treatment for Chronic Migraine

05/21/2015 05:02:04 AM

There are three vital components for appropriate treatment of migraine: 1. consultation with a health care professional, 2. accurate diagnosis, and 3. adequate treatment. If any one of these areas is not... READ MORE > read more

When I realized mindfulness was working for me

05/19/2015 20:04:55 PM

The topic of mindfulness has come up again and again here on, and with good reason:  it’s an excellent way to manage stress day-to-day and has been proven effective in coping... READ MORE > read more

Test Your Migraine Knowledge: Migraine 101 Quiz

05/19/2015 17:15:39 PM

Migraine is an incredibly complex condition. Some symptoms are more obvious than others, making it difficult to even diagnose. We’ve put together a quiz that covers some migraine basics. Test your knowledge,... READ MORE > read more

If I could only…: desperate treatments that sometimes seem like they just might work

05/18/2015 04:56:56 AM

Anyone who’s read about migraine (either online or in books or, like most of us, both) knows that some of the remedies our fellow migraineurs of yore used fly in the face... READ MORE > read more

A mail order pharmacy works for me

05/17/2015 11:26:14 AM

Janet recently described her experiences with a locally-owned, independent pharmacy. Her story takes me back to memories of a similar pharmacy in my youth. The pharmacist knew every family by name and... READ MORE > read more

Cognitive Dysfunction During Migraine Attacks

05/15/2015 04:55:00 AM

Feeling like you can’t think clearly and unable to comprehend even simple topics of conversation, your mind is in a fog. Not being able to pay attention, find words you’ve known since... READ MORE > read more

Warrior versus Zen Master

05/14/2015 04:56:22 AM

When it comes to Migraine, I find myself struggling between the roles of Warrior and Zen Master, unsure of which to embrace. By nature I am a warrior. Visualizing myself as a... READ MORE > read more

Managing Food Triggers With Probiotics and Digestive Enzymes

05/13/2015 05:02:54 AM

Is it possible to have our cake and eat it, too (possibly literally)? Elimination diets are a pain and no one wants to give up foods they don’t have to, so finding... READ MORE > read more

Migraineur’s Guide to CAM: diagnostic tools

05/12/2015 05:02:30 AM

CAM practitioners use a variety of testing methods to assess overall wellness and diagnose patient problems. Reputable practitioners use many of the same tests that conventional doctors rely on, such as x-rays,... READ MORE > read more

Triptans and Add-On Therapy: Effects on Headache-Related Disability

05/11/2015 09:56:19 AM

The practice of combining acute treatments for migraine is common, but not well studied. Real-world data from the American Migraine Prevalence and Prevention (AMPP) Study were used to evaluate how treatment changes... READ MORE > read more

From Chronic to Episodic: An Illustrated Journey

05/11/2015 04:58:29 AM

A doctor once told me that migraines are like a river. She said my health is a bridge, and if the migraine river is overflowing I won’t be able to cross. Basically,... READ MORE > read more

Let’s Put on a Show!

05/10/2015 19:19:40 PM

Recently I drove a friend of mine to a doctor’s appointment. She was having a really crappy day, riddled with a week-long respiratory infection and muscle pain.  When she was with me,... READ MORE > read more

Holding on to Hope With Chronic Migraine

05/10/2015 19:18:08 PM

A diagnosis of chronic migraine can seem like a life sentence. As the days drag on, it feels like migraine attacks are a permanent fixture and that you will never again function... READ MORE > read more

Living With a Disease That’s Dismissed as Inconsequential

05/08/2015 05:03:04 AM

Saying that migraine has wreaked havoc on my life is the understatement of the year. It has rendered my life and my personality nearly unrecognizable. This is an experience familiar to many people... READ MORE > read more

4 Myths About Managing Your Health

05/07/2015 05:03:31 AM

Myth: Your doctor referred you to a specialist, so they must be covered by your insurance. Doctors spend eight years going to med school to learn how to fix you. They don’t spend... READ MORE > read more

Seven Ways to Support the Newly Diagnosed

05/06/2015 05:02:50 AM

Someone I care deeply about was recently diagnosed with a chronic health problem. Though the disease is different than mine, it shares many common elements: it’s invisible, it’s currently incurable, and it... READ MORE > read more

Migraine as early childhood trauma

05/05/2015 19:49:55 PM

Some of the best article ideas come from reader responses to earlier posts. Your participation helps keep the ideas flowing. This post is one of those ideas born from reader feedback. Among... READ MORE > read more

When Chronic Migraine & Motherhood Becomes Reality

05/04/2015 11:12:12 AM

The wonderful news I announced last spring that my husband and I were expecting a baby girl after so many years trying led to a much longer hiatus from the site than... READ MORE > read more

Trying to be more understanding of others’ triggers and sensitivities

05/03/2015 20:10:49 PM

In summer 2012, I wrote what I thought was a super-honest article for about how I sometimes struggle(d) to find empathy for other migraineurs.  You can read the whole thing (and... READ MORE > read more

Dear Body, Why Do You Hate Me?

05/01/2015 05:41:08 AM

Dear Body, why do you hate me? I take care of you. I eat healthy…except when you crave French fries. I exercise as much as I can until you retaliate against me.... READ MORE > read more

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