Sep 13

I’m sorry, I can’t…

Written by Jessica Wyszynski for Chronic Migraine Awareness I am so tired of saying it. My family is so tired of hearing it. I have missed dinners, parties, family get-togethers,

Sep 06

My Journey to Empowerment

September 14, 2018 By Jeannette – Empowerment is a concept that is often discussed during Pain Awareness Month. One definition of empowerment is “the process of becoming stronger and more

Sep 03

                   The Unspoken Few: The Role of Families in Migraine Care By: Fiskvik Boahemaa Antwi, RN, MN(c), Coordinator for Nurses’ Lifestyle ReDesigned. Simon Akwasi Osei, RN, MN(c) “I am sorry,

Aug 25

Shame, Guilt & Worthlessness

Written by Kristen L Estep for Chronic Migraine Awareness, Inc. “Shame should be reserved for the things we choose to do, not the circumstances that life puts on us.” -Ann

Aug 09

I’m Fine…

Originally posted on By Kristen Estep Do you really mean it when you say I’m fine? I know that I don’t. That’s the thing, people ask how you are,

Jan 24

What It’s Really Like to Live With Chronic Migraines

This is a guest post written by John Martinez from Axon Optics. Axon Optics develops photophobia glasses that help migraineurs alleviate their migraine pain and frequency. I have to thank

Dec 03

New Preventive Treatment

FDA APPROVES FIRST CGRP INHIBITOR FOR PREVENTION OF MIGRAINE ATTACKS “For years the migraine community has been advocating for new treatment options that are specifically designed to treat migraine, a

Sep 14

Sending Kids Back to School with Migraines

By Amanda Workman When summer ends, and it is time for students to go back to school, it can be a stressful time for both parents and children. Attempting to

Aug 25

PTSD, Anxiety, and Migraine

By Steven Workman An Inconvenient Combination of Symptoms Any of these conditions can be overwhelming all on their own. Dealing just with PTSD has such a wide variety of side