2017 Migraine and Headache Awareness Month Items
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Sunday Thoughts on Living with Migraine: I Need Your Advice

SundayThoughtsGood afternoon, and happy Sunday to my extended Migraine and Headache family!

June will soon be upon us, and it's Migraine and Headache Awareness Month. As I've been making plans for Awareness Month, I've been thinking about what we did in previous years, and find myself a bit stumped. So, today, I'm turning to you for some advice.

Every year, several organizations and individual advocates devise Awareness Month activities hoping to engage as many Migraine and Headache patients as possible. The purpose of these activities is to raise awareness of Headache disorders in the general public and reduce the social stigma associated with them. These activities include:

  • printing an awareness sign, taking a picture of yourself with it, and posting it to social media
  • the sale of awareness month shirts and other items
  • daily prompts for writing blogs and posting to social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter.

The problem is the low rate of participation in these activities, and this is where I turn to you for advice. Would you pretty please, with a cherry on top, either post a comment below or use the email button in the right column of this blog to share your thoughts with me? I'd love to hear your thoughts on why Awareness Month participation is low. Do we need different or additional activities? If so, what might they be? Do you have ideas about why participation is low?

I'd be remiss if I didn't take this opportunity to thank everyone who has participated in Awareness Month activities in previous years, so thank you! Together, maybe we can find ways to get more people involved this year and in the future.

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