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Honored to be quoted in this article for Brain & Life Magazine.
It was an honor to be on the KevinMD.com podcast. We discussed my article, “To the patient who wants to die: A psychologist’s perspective.”
Check out my talk on Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for Chronic Pain (with a focus on Migraine Disease)!
Therapy can be vital for navigating life with Chronic Illness.
A big thanks to the Association of Migraine Disorders for supporting people with complex neurological diseases.
“When I write, I speak from the heart. I do not pretend to speak for all pain patients or make generalizations. I speak to my experiences and what I have learned from my patients—yet the keyboard warriors go to war.”
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Published by: Elephant Journal.
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(Note: This piece is in no, way, shape or form supposed to be representative of the vast scope of chronic pain patients. It’s just a short personal view on a few experiences I have recently had with some of my patients who do have...
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I was interviewed by By Radha_Inspire (Digital Editor, Inspire)
I thought my time away from social media would be focused on adjusting to not having my infusions due to insurance issues (still an ongoing battle but I’m not dropping it!), but my body had other ideas.
After experiencing anaphylaxis for the first time as well as a bunch of other...
If you haven’t read my Newsweek article yet, please read and share! I am hoping to spread awareness on Long-Haul COVID.
Originally I had planned to publish a compilation of my experiences with tethered cord syndrome, rare disease diagnosis, neurosurgery, and CSF leak, in time for my one year anniversary. My body and mind are currently not up for this seemingly monumental task, so I will be brief.
I have mixed...
Written in 2017. Edited in 2020.
Each day I see more and more ableist attitudes. Maybe it’s because I didn’t have a word to describe this before, or maybe it’s because I have experienced so much ableist trauma that parts of my brain had to block it out. More likely it’s a...
I recorded this video almost a year ago during the 2019 #PainAwarenessMonth.