Finding Happiness with Migraines: a Do It Yourself Guide, a min-e-bookTM

Finding Happiness with Migraines: a Do It Yourself Guide, a min-e-bookTM

by Sarah Hackley

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BN ID: 2940016621159
Publisher: Absolute Love Publishing
Publication date: 06/04/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 73 KB

About the Author

Sarah Hackley is the author of “Finding Happiness with Migraines: A Do-It-Yourself Guide,” the online blog “The Migraine Chronicles,” and an upcoming series on financial independence and emotional healing for women. She also is a ghostwriter, a poet, a writing coach, and the editor for Absolute Love Publishing and its imprint, Spirited Press. Her work has appeared on/in Code Blue Politics,, “Under The Bridges of America: Homeless Poetry Anthology,” The Comic Bible, Crucible, On The Issues Magazine, Texas Family,, The Final Draft: Midnight Masquerade, the “Austin Younger Poets Award Anthology,” and the Amazon women’s studies bestseller “Women Will Save the World.” She lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and two children.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Alright, I don’t suffer from migraines, but I know of someone who does. My mom ever since I was little relied on pain relief medicine whenever she got one of her migraines. The second she felt it coming, we had to quiet down and relax with her. Noise tends to make the migraine worse. So when I came across this e-book by Sarah Hackley it reminded me of those moments that I spent with my mom. Sarah Hackley’s e-book, “Finding Happiness with Migraines: A Do-It-Yourself Guide, was an excellent read. You don’t have to experience migraines to bring her advice of serenity and living in the moment to your own life. She divides the e-book into easy to follow chapters and provides guided practices and affirmations in transforming your life. She talks about and walks you through cognitive behavioral therapy practices, mindful listening to your body’s rhythms, and affirmations such as, “I am adaptable, changeable, and able to overcome,” to get you through those difficult times. Seeing a family member or loved one struggle with unpredictable pain, can make life feel chaotic and out of control, but the advice given in this e-book provides a bit of relief in a seemingly uncontrollable circumstance.
BookLover1111 More than 1 year ago
Many women spend their lives suffering with debilitating migraines. They "soldier on" daily, taking care of their spouse, their kids, their careers, their homes - all while carrying a burden only they can understand. "Finding Happiness with Migraines" helps these women (and men!) find the good, the positive, and the hopeful in whatever stage they are in with chronic migraine. Highly recommended for those who want to look up from their pain and discover a happier way of living with migraines.
DanniDeb More than 1 year ago
In this min-e-book author Sarah Hackley suggests a more spiritual approach to fixing (or at least somewhat relieving) migraines. However, her philosophy could be applied to most major ailments, up to and including depression. The guide is a great read for both migraine-sufferers and friends/family/spouses of migraine-sufferers alike. I found it useful because when I was a child, my mother often suffered from migraines. I don't think I ever quite understood what she was going through. Until I read this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This short e-book gives tips on how to live happily with migraines, even when medications and traditional treatments don't work. A great read!