Who can participate?Individuals who are impacted by Migraine disease: Migraineurs (episodic or chronic), caregivers, family members, friends, co-workers, health care providers, anyone! If Migraine disease has impacted your life in some way, please join our community!
How long should my submission be?
It can be as long or as short as you want it to be.
I do not have the ability to make a video. Can I still participate?Yes. You may either submit a blog post you have written that fits the criteria of Project Migraine Hope and on the submission form, put your blog post's URL which will be shared as a post on Project Migraine Hope's website.
Or, you may write your story in an email and submit it by sending your email to projectmigrainehope AT gmail DOT com including all information that would be included on the submission form on the "How to Participate" tab. Submitted emails will be posted on Project Migraine Hope's website as written. Please make sure your submission fits criteria before submitting.
I submitted a post, but I don't see it on the website yet.As Kelly, the maintainer of this website, has chronic illnesses including chronic Migraine disease, your submission may not show up right away. It will be posted as soon as possible.
I want to find posts of stories that are like mine. How do I do that?Each Project Migraine Hope post is labeled with specific information discussed in the shared video, blog or written story. Examples of labels are: Chronic Migraine, Episodic Migraine, Yoga, Meditation, Family-Friendly, Muslim, Christian, Family, Migraineur, Friend, Acupuncture, Hospitalization, Depression, Anxiety. Labels are listed on the left side of this page. You can click on a specific label and it will bring up all posts in that category.
Does Project Migraine Hope have an end date?Nope. As long as Migraine disease exists Project Migraine Hope will be here spreading support and hope. We are a community that needs to stick together and keep sharing our stories and our hope.
Who will be able to see my post/comments?
Project Migraine Hope is a part of promoting Migraine awareness and is a public blog. Only first names are used to identify your submission, but if you prefer, please make known that you want to be anonymous. And if you want to comment anonymously, do not include your name.