"Making the unknown known is the important thing."
—Georgia O'Keefe
What's New
OIC Super Bowl Ad Spotlighted

The Los Angeles Times ran an informative article that takes a close look at the Super Bowl OIC ad that For Grace partnered on. Find out more about the controversy surrounding the ad seen by 115 million people by linking here. Also, Forbes.com wrote a positive, in-depth article about the spot and why OIC is different from normal constipation.

My Story: The Suicide Dance

For Grace spokesperson Cynthia Toussaint shares her personal battle with suicidal thoughts on the National Pain Report. Her raw-telling of this paradoxical coping mechanism is something most women (and men) in pain can relate with. Please read "The Suicide Dance" by linking here.

For Grace Scores an OIC Touchdown

For Grace was proud to partner on a Super Bowl 50 commercial that educated viewership about a common, challenging side-effect of opioid use. To learn about Opioid-Induced Constipation (OIC) and to view this one-minute spot, please link to OICisDifferent.com

A Love Letter to Women in Pain

For Grace founder Cynthia Toussaint sends a message of love and hope to women in chronic pain on Janet Gallin's LoveLettersLive.com. Listen to Cynthia's podcast that shares her 33+year journey with chronic pain as she moved "...from fields of torment to permanent love and grace."

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