“Tell me a fact, and I’ll learn.
Tell me a truth, and I’ll believe.
But tell me a story, and it will live in my heart forever.”

-Ed Sabol

Storytelling matters, because it is the most powerful tool we have to connect with and understand one another. “What’s his or her story?” is a question often posed when we’re frustrated. If we only knew what he or she was about, that would change things, right? I believe knowledge does change things, and often for the better.

That’s why I’m telling my story in JUST SAY YES: A Memoir of Migraine and Madness

Published Excerpts and Essays

My Turn

“I Was Ghosted by My Best Friend”

January 2023

“I Had Chronic Migraines For 5 Years, then I Discovered A Cure”

December 2022

“I Had Crippling Depression–until I Tried a New Treatment”

September 2022

“Mean Girls”

March 2023

“WARNING: Watch Your Words” 

May 2022

“Daddy’s Girl”

March 2022

“The Leech & Me”

August 2021


“The Malibu 12″

April 2022


December 2021