"Making the unknown known is the important thing."
—Georgia O'Keefe
What's New
May’s Story of the Month

Please check out For Grace's May Story of the Month. Tara White of Roseville, California shares her challenging journey with CRPS - and how despite her never-ending pain and misunderstanding from the medical community, she "still looks fine."

A Voice for Women In Pain on NPR

National Pain Report Editor-in-Chief Ed Coghlan has tapped For Grace Spokesperson Cynthia Toussaint to be a Guest Columnist on this leading web magazine. Cynthia will share her unique, insighful and unflinching take on the high-impact women in pain experience with NPR's readership. To view some of her past articles, please link here. And watch for many more to come...

Pain & Psychology Twitter Chat

Please join Cynthia Toussaint and other leading voices in the pain community for an enlightening Twitter chat hosted by the Stanford University Pain Management Center. The chat will focus on pain psychology and how this little known aspect of pain management aids in overall wellness. The Twitter chat takes place today, March 24th, at Noon pst @ #painpsychchat. See you there!

Shriver Supports Super Bowl Ad

Maria Shriver, one of the country's leading voices for women, invited For Grace to write about the controversy surrounding the Super Bowl ad that we partnered on. Toussaint penned this provocative piece, titled Remember This Super Bowl Ad? It Showed the Need for Us to Open Our Hearts & Minds , published on MariaShriver.com that challenges current public perception about opioid use. Thank you, Ms. Shriver, for your unwavering support for women (and men) in pain.

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