Today’s prompt: Watch The power of vulnerability by Brené Brown. How can you use what she says to help you put your dreams into perspective that leads to action? The road to […]
How many times do well-meaning loved ones get it wrong when offering us treatment suggestions? Like this quote, the advice isn’t wrong, just out of context.
Headache medicine needs dreamers. We need people who will not be held back by what is already known. The cause, and eventually the cure, will be found by explorers, pioneers, and dreamers.
Who will change the way the world thinks about migraine? We need support from the healthy. We need your voices to join ours.
Despite what society tells you, we are not faking it just to get out of unpleasant activities. In our hearts we desperately long to be “normal” again, to live carefree, and to be a part of life again.
When I think of “Still I Rise” in terms of migraine and headache disorders, I think of stigma. It’s easy to get lost lamenting the disadvantages we face due to stigma.