Spouses and Difficulty Accepting the Challenges of Chronic Migraines

rosefiona at 21h13
Spouses and Difficulty Accepting the Challenges of Chronic Migraines

I am seeking some guidance on how to help my Husband understand that my migraines are a disability and that me not working, not cleaning etc is not because I’m lazy but because I sick. I am sure that all of you chronic sufferers have had difficulties with this same problem in one form or another.

When my Husband and I got together nine years ago I was living life at a fast pace. I was advancing rapidly in my career and would [......]
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