Hi. I have had migraines on and off for years, however, they had been very well controlled for about 7 1/2 years with amitryiptlye. Approx. one year ago I began having chronic daily migraines. I have tried a gamut of preventative medication, 3 rounds of Botox, and several varieties of pain medication. None of which have been able to lessen my symptoms. No change in location, duration, frequency or severity. I consider it a good day if I don't go above a 4. The last "good" day was almost 4 weeks ago. So at this point I would settle for less headache days or anything. I have had MRI's, blood work, a sleep study... I have an appointment with a headache center in mid June. I read an article on this site the other day about "Radical Acceptance." My question is, at what point do you stop fighting and accept that this is your life now? How do you cope with that decision? These migraine monsters as I like to call them have already taken so much of my life and enjoyment away.