Real Stories

Lessons from the Dark

My classroom lights are always off. No, it's not because I am projecting amazing presentations using my Apple TV and iPad. Well, okay... I do that, too. Truth is... lights on for one class period equals an afternoon substitute and a date with the guidance counselor's...

Medical Trauma

This article originally appeared on warriorgoddessmusings.com and has been republished here by permission. Image Copyright 2018 Megan Klenke. Reproduced by permission. Two years ago, I posted this picture on...

Voices from the Wild

Real patients. Real thoughts. No BS....

Lessons from the Dark

My classroom lights are always off. No, it's not because I am projecting amazing presentations using my Apple TV and iPad. Well, okay... I do that, too. Truth is... lights on for one class period equals an afternoon substitute and a date with the guidance counselor's...

Medical Trauma

This article originally appeared on warriorgoddessmusings.com and has been republished here by permission. Image Copyright 2018 Megan Klenke. Reproduced by permission. Two years ago, I posted this picture on...

My Chronic Migraine Story

By Rachel LanceInterview by Melanie Styles Rachel Lance is a 36-year-old woman with migraine in the US. She finished her high school classwork early so she took Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) classes. Because of her advanced studies, she was able to finish her...