Step 1. Make a video! Use your computer webcam, ipad cam, a digital camera that has a video option or a video camera! Be sure to upload and save the video file on your computer in a place you can easily find.
Step 2. Upload your video to YouTube or other online video account. If you do not have a YouTube account, it is free. You can create an account by clicking the button on the top right corner of the YouTube homepage. Once you have an account, click the "Upload" button on the top right of your screen. Then select the video file from your computer you wish to upload.
Step 3. Submit your video by using the entry form at the bottom of this page. Use the URL (web address) that YouTube or other online video account provides you in your submission.
*What should I include in my submission?-It is your video. Share what you'd like. As this website is called Project Migraine Hope, in the least, please share a piece of hope with others who are going through your situation.
-Share your Migraine story. Don't be afraid to tell the difficult details. We all have difficult struggles living with Migraine disease. Others may have gone through the same thing you have and need to hear your story
-Share how Migraine disease affects/has affected your life and the lives of those around you (i.e. emotionally, financially, relationally).
-Share hope with other Migraineurs. Let us know how you get through dark times.
-Let others know they are not alone and tell them "There is hope".
We want others to understand how difficult it is to live with this disease. But, the most important message we want to share is to let those who's lives are affected by Migraine disease know that they are not alone and that there is hope. Your story and message of hope is powerful and will make a difference!
If you do not have the ability to make a video, please see the FAQ tab on how you can participate.
Notice: Project Migraine Hope will not accept any submissions that promote goods or services or that contain information that could be construed as medical advice. Submissions must, at least in part, include a message of hope/encouragement.
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