“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.”
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
“I Was Ghosted by My Best Friend”
“I Had Chronic Migraines For 5 Years, then I Discovered A Cure”
“I Had Crippling Depression–until I Tried a New Treatment”