Rainbows are a Sign of Hope


What Symbol helps Give you Hope for Living with Migraine and Headaches?

I have a friend who has had a very trying year. She sees rainbows as a sign of hope, and they seem to be presented to her often. I think this is beautiful! Instead of seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, she sees beauty in the sky. This is meaningful for me because there is no light at the end of my tunnel. I can’t say, “I’ve had this disease for almost 30 years, and it will end soon.” I can’t say I’m better; in ways, I’m worse. But I can look to the sky and see all the possibilities that rain and darkness can bring. The beauty that comes from a storm. It’s nice to know that even though there is no cure, in my stormiest times, I can look out rainbows and hope that the sun will shine and beauty will be revealed.IMG_2900

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A small thing that brings hope with Migraine is you!

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Sarah Rathsack

Sarah tells stories of My Migraine Life. Living life through Migraine consists of advocacy, treatment, prevention, and searching for health and happiness in a positive honest way. Her kids, husband, dog, family and friends motivate her to make a difference in the Migraine World.

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1 Comment

  1. Deb Rathsack on June 5, 2015 at 10:17 am

    Great words of comfort for anyone battling a long term illness or disease Sarah – nicely said.

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