Judy blogs about events such as World Autoimmune Arthritis Day and NERVEmber. She blogs for support and understanding of patients and their families or friends with Chronic Illness around the world. She also posts in her various social media channels about Mental Health and other conditions. She is bringing a world together in support of Illness. United We Stand Hand
The Migraine Warrior Blog and its companion Facebook page were created by Patient Advocate Michelle Tracy after being diagnosed with chronic migraine disease at age 19. While trying to find meaning in her pain, Michelle realized that her thoughts and experiences had the potential to help others even as she lay in a dark room, unable to lift her head.
Jaime Sanders is a blogger and patient advocate who lives in Virginia with her husband and three children. She has had a life-long journey with migraine disease and lived most of her adult life with depression. From a toddler with abdominal migraine to a wife and mother with chronic migraine, Jaime has learned to turn her pain into empowerment over
The Migraine Chronicles is where author, editor, and Migraine.com writer Sarah Hackley gets candid about life with intractable chronic migraine. From parenting and relationships to individual responses to new medications and unusual treatments, Sarah takes a frank look at it all. Regular round-ups of other great sites and bloggers included!
The Counterfactual Brain is a blog about Beth, a 30-something with a PhD and chronic migraine living in Vermont with her cat named Sophie. She used to be a 30-something living in Boston with a blossoming career in education program evaluation. Then chronic migraine hit. The name “Counterfactual Brain” borrows a concept from research. Beth is constantly wishing she had
Advocacy, awareness and community building blog. Stories of how My Migraine Life exists through children, travel, teaching and animals.
Golden Graine is about “Living a fulfilled life with chronic migraine and pain.” I am passionate about fighting stigma, balancing medication with alternative methods such as yoga, describing the effects of new treatments, and being real about my accomplishments and my dark days. My purpose is to never let my pain go to waste. I want to commiserate with you
Ellie is a 20 year old college student double majoring in History and the Science in Society Program. She is passionate about raising awareness and educating others about migraines and invisible illnesses because of her own struggle and experiences with chronic migraines. “My goal is to raise awareness about living with migraines. Public perception of chronic illnesses is still
Achy Smile is a blog written by Erica Nicole Carrasco of Midland, Texas, now living in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She helps her husband, Stephen, raise their two teens, Marissa and Noah, through a life with hemiplegic migraine and comorbid diseases. Their children, who also live with migraine disease, are both full-time students learning how to thrive with Erica at their