This post took longer than usual. I had difficulty choosing just one role model. I’ve already written about several. I wanted to give you something new.
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger is on my Top 10 List of Worst Things to Say. Every phrase on my list is not true and insulting to patients in pain.
It wasn’t just one thing that gave me hope. It’s what he knows. He’s never said anything about Migraine or Cluster Headache that didn’t pass the Teri Test
Although I have a history of rising from the ashes, I’m not immortal. Each time I rise from the ashes, I’m a shadow of my former self, not good as new.
It’s not a particular color. It’s the blending of colors, blurring the lines between colors that evokes a sense of calm, that all is right with the world.
I have no problem believing that 50 sick people can change the hearts & minds of the world. It’s been done before. Who knows what miracles we can achieve?
Salk’s use of dreams can be replaced with vision or goal. He refers to the ability to imagine a goal. With Migraine, it’s our ability to imagine a cure.
I like storms. If they weren’t such a trigger, my favorite would be powerful Kansas spring thunderstorms with lightning, strong wind, and torrential rain.
Once we start feeling hopeful, we start recognizing hope in the most unlikely places. Before long, little messages of hope are popping up everywhere.
When it feels like all is lost, like the light is gone forever, I write. Writing gives me a sense of hope and purpose.