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The Darkness of Migraine Shines a Light on Joy

Last updated: September 2021

As I shared in a recent video, I adore Seattle and feel most like myself there. Yet I'm not able to live there because the weather is a migraine trigger. In an unexpected twist, I think migraine itself is part of the reason I love Seattle so much. I explain the complicated connection in this video.

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