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ChocolateVicodin free read ↠ 6 ☆ Jennette Fulda went to bed on February 17 2008 with a headache and than three years later it still hasn't gone away Yes she's tried everything intravenous drugs chiropractic adjustments acupuncture subliminal messaging marijuana for medical purposes only heavy drinking which just made it hurt and lots and lots of cChocolate A pint of ice cream makes her feel better but her insurance doesn't cover mint chocolate chipIn this painfully honest smart and funny memoir the popular Pastaueencom blogger who chronicled her nearly two hundred pound weight loss in Half Assed shares her incredible journey to find relief from a chronic. I picked this book up because of the cover and the awesome awesome title I really have to stop picking books bases on covers I doubt I will but I shouldThis book is about the authors struggle with a headache that is there 247 I do have to admit I did not even know this could happen and I am so sorry for what Jennette is going through I learned a bit about headaches from this book and do agree there really should be funding and research for this problem because I am sure most people don't even know this really is such a huge issuesThe overall book for me was just ok tho It got a bit tedious and irritating in parts I understand the sympathy thing and I understand why at times Jennette did not want to post on her blog about her headache any because no one could truly help but they cared enough to email her which made her mad at them yet she writes a book about it A lot of things were also repeated over and over in the book which at times made it boringThe writing style was not bad and if you are interested at all in chronic headaches or are just a memoir fan this isn't a bad read

Jennette Fulda Ô 6 read

Headache As she visits countless doctors indulges all manner of unsolicited advice from the Internet and investigates every possible cause from a brain tumor to a dead twin living in her brain Jennette considers what it means to suffer how to live with pain and why the best treatment might be the simplest laught. You probably wouldn't think a whole book could be devoted to just one topic having a headache And you probably cant imagine a headache that was constant for over a year I wanted to like this book but I wanted something to happen other than going from doctor to doctor in search of a cure I thought it was interesting that a lot of doctors didnt search for the cause but instead threw pills and treatments at it I was kind of frustrated with the ending but I wont give it away

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ChocolateVicodinJennette Fulda went to bed on February 17 2008 with a headache and than three years later it still hasn't gone away Yes she's tried everything intravenous drugs chiropractic adjustments acupuncture subliminal messaging marijuana for medical purposes only heavy drinking which just made it hurt and lots and lots of. I love reading memoirs by ordinary people I know that it can be inspiring to read about an Olympian's journey to his gold medal or about the Prime Minister of another country but I much prefer ordinary and everyday people Jennette Fulda could be considered famous in the blogging world but I feel like she still fits the category of ordinary people Unfortunately Fulda has suffered from a debilitating headache for at least 14 months at the end of this book It just started one day and never let up By the end of the book she's found some relief or perhaps she's managing it better but it's still present in her head I cannot even imagine the difficulty of being in so much pain all the time to have your brain feel like it's too large for your skull every moment of every day I've had some pretty painful headaches in my life but fortunately they've been vanuished by Motrin or a good night's sleep I wouldn't wish Fulda's situation on my worst enemy and it makes my heart hurt that she has to deal with thisNot only that but she has to deal with the asinine suggestions made by complete strangers It does bother me that we live in a society now where so many people distrust the medical community Fulda does say that she believes in modern medicine but many of her readers want to sell her on alternative options that are obvious uackery I saw nothing wrong with her attempting acupuncture and chiropracty but a lot of the other suggestions weren't even in the same ballpark as reality I don't blame her one whit for snapping one day on her blog I would have as wellThat said it does make my heart hurt even when she realizes that others have it worse than she does I understand why she says it that it could always be worse but I feel as though it diminishes her very real struggle Sure others may have cancer or something life threatening and thank God she does not but it doesn't mean that she's not allowed to bemoan the very real pain she feels all the time Any way you slice it chronic pain or any other illness sucks Period At any rate this is a pretty uick read and while I sympathized so much with Fulda I wasn't terribly fond of her writing style It just wasn't a good fit for us I do hope that seven years later after the publication of this book she's managed to escape the debilitating pain