I have had chronic migraines for about 20 years or so. Ranging between 15 a month to straight up daily. It is a disease that
So I had taken off my slow release tramadol a while back now. And it sucks. I have been in so much pain lately and
Okay, so stigma is rampant out there. I heard someone recently that said mental illness does not exist and we shouldn’t talk about it. And
So today is Shades for Migraine where you wear your shades to show your support for those of us with migraine and support of migraine
People are getting isolated and lonely at epic levels. I believe that we are far more susceptible to this happening due to our limitations. At
I exceeded my limits a couple of days ago. I helped my dad move with my spouse. My dad is also disabled. I am disabled.
Sometimes we feel not very productive and we lack motivation. Lack of motivation can hit because we are not able to function well or do
I just want to share something that makes me think society doesn’t value disabled people. I am very relieved to be on disability because I
June is Migraine Disease Awareness Month. And you know, I am just going to discuss my journey for this post. Because it isn’t easy living
Time for A Chronic Voice’s June blog prompts! Repeating Wondering Turning Getting Desiring Repeating Not working is a lot of… sameness. Do a little housework.
So I am going to have some financial hardships for a bit, more so than the usual financial hardships associated with being on disability. My
Okay, this is going to be a weird post about reality and what we can actually Know about reality when we have neurological conditions. So