"Making the unknown known is the important thing."
—Georgia O'Keefe
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Help For Grace Help Women In Pain

Your 2019 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 high-impact persistent pain. Please LINK HERE to read our holiday appeal letter and to give.

November Story of the Month

Check out For Grace's November Story of the Month. Woman In Pain Stephanie Thomson had a successful performing career and was just launching a new tour when a dance injury left her with severe back pain. After surgery and several 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 meet my needs and stick beside me."

Cutting Edge Pain News on The Mighty

Join For Grace founder Cynthia Toussaint on October 24th @ 1:30pm PT as she continues her "Miracle Makers" live stream series on The Mighty's Chronic Illness Facebook page. Interviewing inspiring women who are changing the chronic pain world for the better, this month Cynthia talks with researcher and woman in pain Christin Veasley, Director of the Chronic Pain Research Alliance. Christin will share what's cutting edge with pain treatment and policy - and how things are looking  up for those battling persistent pain. Join in with your questions and comments...

Pain Images Help Explain CRPS

Having Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is an overwhelming challenge – and one big reason is that others (family, friends, physicians, etc.) have a hard time understanding what your pain feels like. To help communicate your CRPS pain, For Grace has collaborated with leading pain advocacy organizations to develop a series of visualizations that can assist you. Better understanding of what you’re going through with CRPS will lead to improved compassion and care. Link HERE to see and download these helpful graphics. We’d love to hear how these images work for you. Please share your feedback by emailing us at forgracewip@yahoo.com.

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