Welcome to the September 2012 edition of the Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival. I’m excited to share with you the nice variety of very thoughtful responses to this month’s theme.
Our theme for this edition is: “Talking About Migraine Disease: How do you talk to the people in your life about migraine disease? How open are you? What do you share and what do you keep to yourself and why?”
Kelly Lynn Thomas shared Like a Seal on Land at Miss Migraine: A Girl’s Adventures in the United States of Pain.
Jamie offers her thoughts on the theme in Sharing About Migraine at Chronic Migraine Warrior.
Migraine Mama shared Let’s Talk About … Me at her blog Migraine Mama: Tackling One Migraine at a Time.
Julie Schreiber shared Talking About Migraine Disease: How Open I Am Depends on Who I’m Talking To at Julie G 350 Day in the Life with Migraines.
Candy Meacham shared Coming Out of the Closet at her blog The Art of Migraine.
Teri Robert shared I’m An Open Book About My Migraines at Putting Our Heads Together.
Ellen shared Why Am I So Open About My Migraine Disease at Migraine.com.
Migrainista shared Migrainista Explains It – Sort of.
Finally, I (Diana) shared Why I’m Open About My Migraine Disease at Somebody Heal Me.
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Submissions for the October Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival are due by midnight (the end of the day) on Friday, October 5, 2012. The new edition will be published on Monday, October 8, 2012, by Katharine Hope at her blog Healing My Migraines.
The October theme is: “Venting About Migraine Disease: How do you vent your frustrations about living with migraine disease in a way that’s helpful to your healing, both emotionally and physically?”
Email the link to your submission to me (Diana Lee) at [email protected] before the deadline.
Please include the following information:
(1) Your name as you would like it to appear in the carnival.
(2) The title of the blog post you’re submitting.
(3) The url of the blog post you’re submitting.
(4) The title of your blog.
(5) The url of your blog.
Get more information about the carnival here: http://bit.ly/migrainecarnival.