One girl chronicalling her misadventures in Migraine Land.
You have a gift to be able to express the angst I feel when I have a migraine in the form of art. Until one suffers from an attack, it is hard to put into words. Yet something about your drawings captured the chaos I feel going on in my head and all around me, because unfortunately life doesn't stop when we have headaches. I send you positive thoughts for healing and keep spreading your passion on bringing migraine sufferers together. As a physician (who also has migraines) the number one thing I hear all my patients say is that they feel isolated and alone in their pain. Dr. Romie www.brainbodybeauty.com
"As a physician (who also has migraines) the number one thing I hear all my patients say is that they feel isolated and alone in their pain."Well that's totally true
YES, your blog is a huge life saver. I so much enjoy all that you share. Your creativity is a gift to us all.Thank you!
Thank you so much for your comments. They really helped me feel not so isolated in all of this.
Wow. That is so true. That is amazing how that perfectly sums up the feeling. I even get that weird pressure feeling that a migraine gives me when I looked at it. I went to see an exhibit where an artist did pieces on different mental and brain disorders. He did not have one for migraines but this is perfect.Cynthia Bowers @ Bay Area TMJ & Sleep Center
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