"Making the unknown known is the important thing."
—Georgia O'Keefe
What's New
Our 2021 Holiday Appeal – Help Women In Pain Become Self-Care Heroes

Your 2021 tax-deductible donation will aid For Grace's global efforts to empower women in pain, sensitize the media and public about pain care gender bias and influence policy makers to embrace chronic pain as a health crisis. It is because of your generosity that we are able to continue our education and awareness programs to improve the lives of women who are, or will be, challenged by life-altering chronic pain. Please LINK HERE to read our 2021 holiday appeal letter and to give.

December’s Story of the Month

Continuing with our December Story of the Month,  we're revisiting narratives till year's end that focus on trauma being a driver for persistent pain. In this extraordinary, long-format story, woman in pain Heather Grace shares how she braved the chaos of her childhood, often serving as the only barrier between her "monster" and other family members. Through her "hellscape", she maintained a strong sense of self-belief, persistence and defiance that helped her overcome the darkness. Though saddled with EDS and CRPS, Heather is regaining wholeness, piece by piece, while focusing on “the bright spots, instead of the rain.” We strongly recommend you read and share Heather’s  heartbreaking and, ultimately, triumphant story. You'll be glad you did!

For Grace Chats Neuropathic Pain Experience on Twitter

For Grace leaders John Garrett and Cynthia Toussaint will discuss the neuropathic pain experience on a "KNOWvember" Twitter chat hosted by US Pain Foundation tomorrow, November 30th at 4pm PST (7pm EST.) Joining Pain Specialist Dr. Peter Abaci and Pain Advocate Karen Duffy, John and Cynthia will share coping  strategies, innovative treatments and self-care techniques to live fully despite this most challenging type of pain. Join them with your questions and comments!

For Grace Seeking Compelling Stories to Spotlight

In 2022, For Grace will spotlight stories in three different areas of interest for our ongoing Share Your Story Project - (1) women in pain who've experienced gender bias in their pain care, (2) men and women who've experienced both pain and cancer and (3) men and women who've experienced trauma that lead to illness including chronic pain. If you've got a story that matches one or more of these profiles, please submit it and have your voice heard! Together, we heal...

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