The Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival has been created to provide both headache patients and people who blog about headaches with opportunities to share ideas on topics of particular interest and importance to us.
The theme of the November carnival is "What are you thankful for despite living with migraine disease?"
Please read on for this month's collection of posts.
Gretchen Rautman shared What Am I Thankful For? about being thankful for her migraine disease itself, posted at There Be Migraines Here.
Kathy shared Perspective about the wonderful things she's learned about herself and her life through her illness, posted at TMJD & Me.
Jamie Valendy shared Blessed Beyond Measure about her thankfulness for God, family and friends, posted at Chronic Migraine Warrior.
Migrainista shared Still So Much to be Thankful For about how focusing on the things she has to be thankful for makes it easier to cope with her chronic pain, posted at Migrainista.
Stephanie shared Gratatouille (a play on Ratatouille - get it?!) about some of the truly great things in her life that she hasn't reflected on recently, posted at Head Wise.
Emily shared Thinking of Thanks: Gratitude in Spite of Gripiness about always finding a way to count your blessings and the value of a sense of humor, posted at No Extended Warranty.
Teri Robert shared Migraines Make Me Thankful about the wonderful things in her life as a result of and despite migraines, posted at Putting Our Heads Together.
Nancy Harris Bonk shared What I'm Thankful for Despite Migraine Disease about some really special people in her life, posted at Migraine & Other Headache Disorders Blog.
Betsy Blondin shared Grateful in Spite of Migraine Disease about the blessings she would never have known if she didn't live with migraine disease, posted at Migraine Journey.
Thank you for all your thoughtful, lovely submissions. Reading this month's group of blog posts has been incredibly uplifting. I always love Thanksgiving, but I'm feeling the spirit of thankfulness early this year.
Submit your blog post to the December 2010 edition of the Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival using our carnival submission form or by sending your submissions to me by email (Unfortunately some of us have had problems with the submission form on the site from time to time. If you do please just send your post to me by email. I apologize in advance for any inconvenience). The theme will be "How can we / how do you make the holidays special despite the need to limit migraine triggers?" Submissions are due by midnight on Friday, December 10. The December carnival will be published right here at Somebody Heal Me on Monday, December 13.
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Content by Diana E. Lee.DISCLAIMER: Nothing on this site constitutes medical or legal advice. I am a patient who is engaged and educated and enjoys sharing my experiences and news about migraines, pain and depression. Please consult your own health care providers for advice on your unique situation.