Love & Headache Disorders: February Headache & Migraine Blog Carnival

Welcome to the February 2014 edition of the Headache Disorders & Migraine Blog Carnival. We’re back after a brief unplanned hiatus and luckily this month’s theme generated some awesome submissions to put us back on track.

Our theme for this edition is:

Love with Migraines & Headaches: Talk about dating, maintaining long term relationships / marriages, heartbreak, friendships or anything else that inspires you.

Please keep reading to see what our contributors have shared this time around.

Candy Meacham shared a very cool post called Loving Myself, posted at Art of Migraine.

Venus Hercules share Love, posted at Migraine Discussions.

Teri Robert shared When Migraines Put Friendships at Risk, posted at Health Central: Migraine.

Emily shared New Friendships in a Time of Chronic Pain, posted at Migrainista.

Ellen Schnakenberg shared The Migraine – Love Connection, posted at Health Central: Migraine.

Michael Fernandez shared Appreciating Life, posted at Migraine Discussions.

Otter MacAilein shared Being Broke, posted at Cracked: A Headache Story.

Finally, Kat shared Love Jam: The Perfect Gift for Valentine’s Day, posted at Happy Healthy 365.

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Planning ahead? Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming March 2014 Headache Disorders & Migraine Blog Carnival.

Theme: Head Above Water: What keeps you going when you’re struggling to manage or cope with life with Migraine or another Headache Disorder?

Host: Somebody Heal Me, Diana Lee

Submission Deadline: midnight, Friday, March 7, 2014

Carnival Posted: Monday, March 10, 2014

More Information: Headache Disorders & Migraine Blog Carnival

Questions about the next edition or anything related to the carnival? Feel free to post a comment here or send me an email at [email protected]

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.