Married, working mom of 2. I work taking care of disabled adults for a living. Love my job...but now I'm finding I need some help to take care of me. I have been suffering with a various assortment of migraines for 9 years now. Just under a year ago my neurologist s
[More]aid there is nothing more that western medicine can offer me. I've tried almost everything under the sun. Hoping one day through my own research and shear determination I will find my own cure.
I've never seen this website before. My symptoms have changed lately and this came up under my new search criteria.
I'm a bit of a wind bag...as you might guess. I'm not shy about sharing my experience or listening to someone elses experience.
I'm stretching my creative muscle and learning to paint with acrylics. Good therapy I suppose. Only now I need to learn how to draw too, otherwise I'll end up painting abstract forever. But at least my 5 year old and I have something in common.
Cheers everyone...here's to your health!
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