The theme for this edition is, "New Year, New Chance to Adjust Your Migraine Treatment Strategies."
As we start into 2013, please take some time to check out these splenid submissions:
First, an apology to Candy Meacham for having missed adding her post to our carnival. Candy shared a wonderful post, New Year, New Beginning with us. Please take a moment to give it a read.
- James Cottrill brought us his post "Doctors Prescribing too many Painkillers? (how we can do better in 2013. This post touches on several important topics and is well worth reading.
- inquisitivespirit braved the new year with the post "New Year's resolutions... for the first time to share what she's doing to make the new year better.
- Cyndi Jordan submitted her post "New Year, New Strategies," which involves both treatments and mindset. An interesting start.
- Diana Lee, our carnival creator, shared "New Migraine & Depression Focus for 2013. Given how many of us deal with headaches or Migraines AND depression, this is a wonderful post for all of us.
- Ellen Schnakenberg shared a post with the same title as the carnival theme, "New Year, New Chance to Adjust Your Migraine Treatment Strategies." In her post, Ellen shares her new approach in hopes it will be helpful to all of us as well.
- Kelly R. Stone offers us "Is Chronic Migraine Curable? Part One: The Loudest Voice in My Head." We all know that Migraine disease is not curable, but great management plans are the next best thing. NOTE: This post contains "adult" language.
- Finally, I invite you to join me in a new Migraine initiative in my post "Migraines and Our Migratude - Let's Explore!" Check out this post to see what Migratude is and how it can improve our lives.
The them for February's carnival is, "Migraine Pet Peeves: What do people say about migraine disease or other headache disorders that annoys or angers you?" It will be hosted on SomebodyHealMe.net on Monday, February 13, 2013. Submissions are due by Friday, February 10.
Diana and I both thank everyone who participated in this month's carnival!
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