"Making the unknown known is the important thing."
—Georgia O'Keefe
What's New
Migraine Cookbook Aims to Bring Relief and Path to Wellness

For Grace excitedly endorses a phenomenal new  cookbook! Authored by Woman In Pain, Stephanie Weaver, "The Migraine Relief Plan Cookbook", is filled to the brim with more than 100 anti-inflammatory recipes for managing headaches and living a healthier life. Our founder, Cynthia Toussaint, was thrilled to be interviewed by Stephanie on her "Resilience Series" podcast for the ramp up of the launch. Toussaint is a huge fan, sharing "I've never had a migraine, but am deeply invested in healthy living. This cookbook is for everyone who wants to deliciously live well."

August 2022 Story of the Month

Check out For Grace's August Story of the Month that spotlights medical trauma. Stephanie Thomson had a successful performing career and was launching a new tour when a dance injury left her with severe back pain. After surgery and alternative therapies failed to give her relief, Stephanie found a medication that mercifully worked. Still, her doctors are hesitant to continue this regimen as they're convinced she's a drug seeker. As Stephanie continues to fight for the med that gives her quality of life, she shares, "I grow weary of looking for a doctor to stick beside me."

For Grace Consults on VR for European Pain Program

To help meet our mission of bringing awareness of integrative pain management techniques to women across the globe,  For Grace consulted on a one-hour program about pain therapy for RTL Television, one of the largest broadcasters in Europe. The show will cover different aspects of pain management, including our idea of spotlighting Virtual Reality as an emerging therapy that is showing great promise here in the states. We're told the show will most likely air in the summer or fall. Please keep an eye out if you reside in the EU - and drop a note if you catch it.

Podcast Re-Airs Interview that Touts the Power of Expressive Therapy

Due to For Grace founder Cynthia Toussaint's breast cancer recurrence, podcaster Pat Wetzel is re-airing a 2021 interview that will reconnect you with your creative passions. On this episode of Bump In the Road,  Pat and Cynthia's engaging conversation covers many topics on health and healing, with a  special focus on the power of expressive therapy (music, art, acting, etc.) as a driver for better wellness. Toussaint spoke about her love of singing - and how her latest CD, Crazy, inspires women in pain to follow their passion. Link HERE to catch this pitch perfect chat.

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