Migraine and Headache Awareness Month 2017

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Migraine and Headache Awareness month begins today!  I will fully admit that I may be a bit behind on posting due to a cycle of migraine that just will not go away!  I will be participating and challenging myself each day to do some kind of advocacy for migraine and headache awareness.

Day one is simple:

I’m asking you to share this post and invite others to follow:

My Migraine Life

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 I think you will be shocked to see who suffers from migraine and headache disorders.  I can’t tell you how many people I have run into that say, “I don’t suffer like you, but I do get headaches or migraines in my own way……”  We all suffer differently but can learn so much from each other.  By others following they can learn from my experiences and I can learn from theirs.  Supporters (parents, friends, co workers, bosses, neighbors) will learn how to help a loved one and understand the depths of migraine and headache disorders. 

Knowledge is power and following will give you added power to fight!

This month My Migraine Life will be giving you opportunities to:

·         WIN a giveaway

·         Fundraise for migraine and headache disorders

·         Learn new information

·         Find and receive ways of support

·         Make some social media “noise”

Some events allow you to spend your money on fundraisers or products that help sufferers.  Some events don’t require money and only ask for your participation.  Some events are to teach you while others are to support you.  There is a variety of ways to make Migraine and Headache Awareness Month a success.

 

So first things first…….follow and share on all social media to get as many involved as possible.  Together we can make a difference! 

Thank you!!!!!

 

 

 

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Chronic Migraine: managing ‘baseball headaches’ interview via Lifescript

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I was interviewed by Diana Lee, a Lifescript contributer, about my life with Chronic Migraines.

check it out here:

Chronic Migraine: managing ‘baseball headaches’