Thursday, June 01, 2006

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Somebody Heal Me is a blog that blends news, information and experiences about life with migraine disease, depression, chronic pain and other chronic and invisible illnesses generally to educate, inform and inspire readers.

I have had migraines for 25+ years, and I also have depression, occipital neuralgia, IBS, degenerative disc disease and diabetes.

I have had chronic migraines for about six years. They have nearly taken over my life. I started having migraines when I was six years old, but until 2003 I had them only periodically and found it fairly easy to manage my life with them. Having three to four migraines a week is taking a toll on me. It is hard work being sick and trying to get well, but I'm hanging in there.

I'm engaged in seeking out news and information about migraine disease and related health issues, and I enjoy being able to pass what I learn and read about along to other patients and their loved ones. I also have a lot of thoughts about my life with these conditions, so I hope my musings will connect with someone out there. I love to write, and Somebody Heal Me has given me a fantastic opportunity to write about issues that mean a great deal to me.

You will see advertisements on the sidebars of each page on this site. This income helps me pay for the costs of operating Somebody Heal Me. I also contribute my own money toward these costs.

As an attorney and advocate, I am passionate about working with other patients as they explore their options with respect to accommodations, insurance appeals, applications for disability benefits and appeal of disability benefits denial decisions. If you would like to discuss your situation and how I may be able to help, please send me an e-mail. I will not share your e-mail address or any personal information you might share in an e-mail with anyone. Your privacy is very important to me.

I'm an attorney and a writer, but more importantly, I'm a spiritual being trying to find my way in life despite all the upheaval and changes.

Diana E. Lee


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