"Some women are lost in the fire. Some women are built from it."
—Michelle K.
For Grace Blog

The latest reporting and analysis on breakthroughs in pain research and issues that matter most to you.

Purple Tears: It Could Have Been Me

In April this year, it snowed. When I got the news that Prince, my all-time favorite performer, was gone I was devastated. I picked up the phone and called my mom – and we both...

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Our Painful Memories: Friend or Foe?

I’ve been taking the anti-seizure medication Klonopin for 30 years. It was originally prescribed for my anxiety disorder triggered by high-impact, undiagnosed chronic pain. For me,...

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Catastrophizing or Rational Alarm?

In March I was honored to be invited to be the person with pain’s voice for a Stanford University Twitter chat that focused on pain psychology. I’m very excited about pain...

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Opening our Hearts and Minds

As a woman who’s lived with high-impact chronic pain for over 30 years and an advocate for women in pain, I’m often dismissed by people close to me and the general public. But I never...

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