How I Avoid Migraine Attacks At Large Meals

Do you struggle with avoiding migraine attacks during large meals. In this post I give you some tips how you can avoid pain and enjoy your meal.

When You’re Disability Has Been Represented Wrongly On Social Media

Migraines are not a fashion statement and this is not what it looks like to have a migraine Have you seen the migraine pose on Instagram? Last month was headache and migraine awareness month but instead of celebrating our migraine and headache warriors Elle magazine decided to mock the migraine community by taking a bunch … Continue reading When You’re Disability Has Been Represented Wrongly On Social Media

What I Wish People Understood About My Chronic Migraines

Everyone gets headaches not everyone gets migraines! Migraines are often misunderstood as a bad headache but it is so much more than that. According to the Migraine Research Foundation, migraines are a neurological disorder that usually includes severe recurring pain on one side of the head. However, 1/3 of people who have migraines have reported … Continue reading What I Wish People Understood About My Chronic Migraines

How Chronic Migraines Affect Friendships

Migraines or any type of chronic pain pretty much affects everything you do including the relationships you build with your friends. For the most part, our friends understand us as much as we understand them but that can all change as soon as your friend starts having chronic pain. Your relationship may not be the … Continue reading How Chronic Migraines Affect Friendships

When Friends Don’t Believe Your Disablity Exists

My last friendship did not end well because one of my friends did not understand my migraines and she thought they could be easily treated through medication.  Instead of asking me for more information about my disability she assumed Hydrocephalus wasn’t a thing and called me psycho and accused me of making up a disability … Continue reading When Friends Don’t Believe Your Disablity Exists

Five Things Never Say To Migraineurs

Posted on 4 Jun 2019by Sarahlynn in Disability Last year I wrote a post on what to do when your disability has been represented wrongly because the migraine community was being represented in a hurtful way. People were taking pictures of themselves as if they had a migraine and posting it on social media. None of the pictures came … Continue reading Five Things Never Say To Migraineurs

A Day In The Life Of A Chronic Migraineur

It is Pain Awareness Month and since living with chronic migraines my days have never been the same. Before I get into anything let me shed some light on some statistics did you know that fifty million people in the United States have chronic pain and twenty million of those people have pain so severe … Continue reading A Day In The Life Of A Chronic Migraineur

Have You Been Shamed For Taking Medication?

When you are disabled or chronically ill taking medication will most likely be part of your life. Medications are what you need to functions but unfortunately, most people who aren’t disabled or chronically ill don’t understand that. All they see is us popping pills so they will start asking us questions like have you tried … Continue reading Have You Been Shamed For Taking Medication?

The Good And The Bad Gift Ideas For Migraineurs

Thanksgiving will be here is just a few short days and before you know it Christmas! Thanksgiving is late this year so some of us may have already begun our Christmas shopping so we can get it all done in time but sometimes when you have to shop for certain people it can be a … Continue reading The Good And The Bad Gift Ideas For Migraineurs

Things I Crave Because Of Migraine

When you have chronic pain or migraines it is likely you will have some type of craving and during times like the holiday, it can be especially difficult to fight these cravings. Unlike your friends who can eat until their heart’s content and only have weight gain to worry about people with chronic pain have … Continue reading Things I Crave Because Of Migraine