March Blog Carnival - Maintaining Friendships for Those WIth Migraines and Headaches
Welcome to the third edition of the Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival.
Generally speaking, a blog carnival is a collection of links to a variety of a blogs on a central topic. The Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival has been created to provide both headache and Migraine disease patients and people who blog about headache disorders with unique opportunities to share ideas on topics of particular interest and importance to us.
For the March, 2008, carnival Diana Lee (Somebody Heal Me), the founder of this carnival, solicited submissions on the on the theme of "the challenges of maintaining friendships for people with headaches & migraines," but also welcomed entries of general interest to headache and Migraine sufferers. Please continue reading for the March, 2008, collection of posts...
- Diana Lee shared 7 Tips for Social Plans When You're Chronically Ill , a thought provoking and practical entry with tips for answering the question, "How do the rules of society mesh with your life when you're often sick?"
- Inner Dorothy has shared with us again this month. Her offering, Friends, Blessings and Making Peace with What is Real, truly speaks to the heart and touches on one of the most insidious goblins that invade our lives, Guilt.
- Megan at Free my Brain from Migraine Pain discusses friendships in It's a Migraine, my friends.
- From Rena Sherwood, we received an entry that ends with a statement that used to drive her nuts, but she's found it to work. Check out her entry, Friends and Migraines. She also shared a wonderful entry about animal friends, Animal Magic for Headaches.
- Lori Jewett presents us with Migraine Pain - What's a Girl to Do? posted at Between Us Girls, saying, "I've had people tell me that they have never had a headache or to pause and ponder it for a moment and then recall that they think they remember having a headache once."
- Kerrie at The Daily Headache has been busy as always. She's sharing her Letter to people without chronic pain and How to cope with self-directed guilt.
Diana and I both thank you for your submissions. As always, there is a lot of wonderful of wonderful writing here. Thanks for making the carnival a success!