Photo Friday- Grandpa’s Hands

This picture is being sold as part of a fundraising effort between the US PainFoundation and 540WMain, a non-profit run by my dear friend Calvin Eaton in Rochester, NY. Learn more about this project and how to purchase artwork by those who have chronic pain conditions.

Invisible Beauty in Pain Artist Spotlight & Interview- Katie Golden

I recently took this picture at the bedside of my grandfather after major surgery. He is making a slow, but steady recovery. Both hands, his and mine, are in pain. His from surgery, mine from chronic migraine. Pain doesn’t discriminate.

 

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Photo Friday: Wisdom of Crowds

August 4, 2017

I took this photo in 2015 at the offices of Health Union, the parent company of Migraine.com. I was, and still am, intrigued by the artwork of the brain made up by hands. The artwork was created with chalk on a blackboard, with incredible detail and precision. The hands represent working together, which beautifully depicts…

Photo Friday- Grandpa’s Hands

January 29, 2017

This picture is being sold as part of a fundraising effort between the US PainFoundation and 540WMain, a non-profit run by my dear friend Calvin Eaton in Rochester, NY. Learn more about this project and how to purchase artwork by those who have chronic pain conditions.

Professional Patient: Skills Learned from Living with a Chronic Disease

April 19, 2017

My business card says “Professional Patient.” I get so many questions about this. What does that mean exactly? To me, I have acquired skills and knowledge that “healthy people” don’t have. Having chronic migraine and pain has exposed me to situations that many others never have to face. When your health turns suddenly, a lot…

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