Lonely Alone Time

By Pamela (Guest Writer) - Laying in bed, room as dark as you can get it in the middle the day, wishing every little sound would just stop... Loneliness creeps in and almost consumes you at times. It is not surprising that migraine and depression have been linked. Living a life where you need to shut yourself … Continue reading Lonely Alone Time

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6 Tips For Surviving Holiday Gatherings When Your Chronic Illness Drains You

By Jorie - For some of us, there’s nothing worse than trying to muster up the strength and courage to push through a busy family gathering. Pair that with the holidays, and you have a perfect recipe for disaster. Personally, anxiety tends to be one of my worst companions when I’m trying to make it … Continue reading 6 Tips For Surviving Holiday Gatherings When Your Chronic Illness Drains You

10 Tips for Surviving & Thriving With Migraine While You Have Guests Visiting

By María - I live in sunny Florida, where you can find warmth year long. It is a very convenient location to visit from Venezuela, from where I originate. That is the reason every year we host beloved relatives and friends for several weeks. For example, my parents-in-law, my mom and dad, my sister and … Continue reading 10 Tips for Surviving & Thriving With Migraine While You Have Guests Visiting

Children & Migraines: What Kind Might Your Child Have?

Guest Post by Dr. Merle Diamond - Parents who suffer from migraines have more to worry about than how their headaches can affect their parenting. Adults who have migraines are more likely to have children who suffer from migraines, as well. So, it’s something those parents probably have in the backs of their minds as … Continue reading Children & Migraines: What Kind Might Your Child Have?