Sometimes I can feel very low living with migraine, especially when I'm getting more than one a week. When I feel I can't be the wife, the mum, the friend, the daughter, the sister that I want to be or need to be, I can feel pretty hopeless. To reach the point where you can't see the point is a very unpleasant, uncomfortable and dark place to be. But in those moments, I have to find hope, even if it seems impossible.......
I find hope in the constant love of my family and the continual understanding and acceptance of my family and friends. I find hope from God and bizarrely enough I find hope in the fact that many famous people have achieved great things despite having migraine....what an eclectic and creative lot we are.......
Migraine Mum's Ten Famous Migraineurs!
- Elvis Presley
- Vincent Van Gogh
- Claude Monet
- Julius Caesar
- Lewis Carroll
- Charles Darwin
- Albert Einstein
- Ronaldo (he missed playing in the world cup because of a "fit")
- Whoopi Goldberg