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How I'm Changing My Relationship With Chronic Migraine

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I’ve been sick for 18 years. There. I’ve admitted it to myself and to anyone else who reads this. About 18 years ago, give or take, my episodic migraines became chronic.

I didn’t realize it at first. Or maybe I just pretended it wasn’t happening. Because that’s what living and working with chronic illness taught me to do: pretend to be OK.

Pretending as a Way of Life I pretended I wasn’t in pain. I pretended my brain was working. I pretended I could look at a computer screen and make sense of the words on it.

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