My Favorite Articles as a Migraine Writer – Part One

In less than 4 years, I’ve written over 100 articles sharing my world with chronic migraine disease & pain. For migraine awareness month, here are my favs.

June is Migraine and Headache Awareness Month, so I thought I’d share with you the ones that have meant the most to me.

Help (Not) Wanted

Roommates (Not) Wanted

You Are Beautifully Made

 

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The Steel Cables that Lie Beneath the Surface of Those with Migraine

April 12, 2017

The Golden Gate Bridge is truly a masterpiece of iconic architecture. The 4,200-foot-long, art-deco suspension bridge is made of cable-spun steel and concrete. It’s quite an experience to drive over the freezing cold waters of the San Francisco Bay. Sometimes there is so much fog that it hides the top of the pillars painted in…

How to “Describe Your Typical Day” When You Have a Disability

September 6, 2017

It’s always scary to get an envelope in the mail from the Social Security Disability office. Recently, one of those showed up in my mailbox. It was time to recertify my disability. It’s been three years since I was awarded benefits. The Social Security Administration has the following guidelines on when and how often someone…

I am Pro-human. Pro-decency. Pro-morals. Pro-healthcare.

May 8, 2017

I am Pro-human. Pro-decency. Pro-morals. Pro-healthcare. What happened last Thursday, when the House approved the American Health Care Act (AHCA), represents none of these things. My anger doesn’t just stem from the fact that if passed by the Senate “as is” and enacted into law, it will personally affect me in regards to my pre-existing…

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