Migraine Awareness Month #17: "Father Knows Best." Some understand Migraines, some don't. Write a letter to your father or the man closest to, and talk about your Migraines.
This letter is to my husband, who has always been supportive and understanding.
Thank you for sticking with me through the good days and the bad. I how that my migraines frustrate you as much as they do me. Thank you for your help--the neck rubs, eyes rubs, acupressure, calming talks, and all of the prescriptions you've called in for me without complaint (he's a physician-it's legal!) I know it hasn't always been easy to understand that migraine disease is more than just the pain itself, and I wasn't always the best at explaining it, especially in the midst of a pre- or post- migraine fog. Thank you for striving to understand my strange neurology and how it affects my moods and behavior. Not everyone would have the patience or the desire to do that. You did, and I appreciate it more than you'll ever know. I love you.
"National Migraine Awareness Month is initiated by the National Headache Foundation. The Blogger's Challenge is initiated by www.FightingHeadacheDisorders.com."