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Posted by on May 9, 2012 in Pregnancy | 8 comments

My Most Unexpected Teacher Of Motherhood

My Most Unexpected Teacher Of Motherhood

Being pregnant has brought with it many surprises — among them the return of my migraines. I tackled and eliminated these suckers years ago with diet, acupuncture, and lifestyle changes. Now, with a new surge of hormonal cocktail coursing through my body, I find myself in a familiar position of dealing with the sparkly vision, the sensitivity to light and noise, the pounding headache and “bruised brain” feeling that can last for days after the initial onset. But one thing is different this time:  I have an improved relationship with my body now than I did years ago. When it speaks to me, I listen. Every time I have a migraine my body is telling me to stop, breathe, close my eyes, and rest. (Because, the truth is, if I didn’t have to, I wouldn’t.) The more I honor my body’s request to slow down, the less severe the migraine. The sparkly vision sets in, clears, and then no headache follows. I read an incredible book recently called The Art of Extreme...

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