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Chronic Migraine, Loss, and Finding the Richness of Life Even With Chronic Illness

When my chronic migraine was at its worst, I did not feel like I was living a life, but was barely clinging on to survival. Now that I’m coming out of more than a decade of severe chronic migraine, I see not only how much I lost, but how full my life was despite the nearly constant severe, disabling migraine attacks. Read about in Coming to Terms With the Losses of Chronic Migraine on Migraine.com.

2 Responses to Chronic Migraine, Loss, and Finding the Richness of Life Even With Chronic Illness

  1. Becky says:

    On a previous post you mentioned money. Have you considered going on social security disability?

  2. Becky,

    I’ve been out of the workforce for too long and don’t have enough “work credits” now to qualify for disability. Here’s some info in case you’re researching the topic yourself: http://www.ssa.gov/dibplan/dqualify2.htm

    Kerrie

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