Your blog entry, Five Things That Changed my life, was indeed magnificent, and I thank you for sharing it.
Over the years, you've shared some of your Migraine journey with me, and I'm so proud of you for your strength, courage, and peristence. I know how far you've come in being an empowerd patient, a treatment partner, an active participant in your health care instead of a passive bystander. I also know how difficult that is to accomplish. Wow, darlin. You rock!
I too found A Third Space for Migraine Patients helpful. I'd gotten away from my "third space," and it helped lead me back.
Shutting out what others think of me and listening to what I think of myself is something else that I need to do more of, and I appreciated the reminder in your post.
You're so on-target with this point from your statement, "Learning I had responsibility and a say in my treatment." Brava, Kelly!
Anyway, I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for inspiring me and to tell you how happy I am that you've come so far.
All my best,
This post was written as part of NHBPM – 30 health posts in 30 days: http://bit.ly/vU0g9J
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© Teri Robert, 2011
Last updated November 17, 2011