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NMAHM2017-200Good morning, and welcome to day #20 of Migraine and Headache Awareness Month (MHAM)!

This is also day #20 of the Migraine and Headache Awareness Month Blogging and Social Media Challenge (MHAWSMC). Today's prompt is:

Twitter & Facebook: Copy and paste:
People with #Migraine and #Headache miss out on special occasions. #MHAM #MHAMSMC

Bloggers: Tell us about a missed special occasion or strategy you've discovered to avoid missing out.

Here’s how it works:

  • Every day, the prompt for the day will be posted here.
  • To participate via Twitter or Facebook, just copy and paste the prompt, complete with the URL and hashtags. There will also be images provided each day. If you want to add an image on Facebook or Twitter, you’re welcome to use the images provided.
  • To participate by blogging, please write on the topic provided. Using one of the provided images would be appreciated.
  • If you blog on the day’s prompt, please return to that day’s post on Migraine Ninja, and comment with the link to your post. Please be sure to provide the link to the specific post, not your main blog URL. That way, we can Tweet and promote your blog entry for the day. Please also post your Twitter ID so we can tag you.


You're welcome to use the Awareness Month image above or the Blogging and Social Media Challenge image to the right.

In fact, we hope you will use the images because they add to a unified awareness message. Please use them as is, without making any changes to them.

If you need them in a larger size, please use the email button in the right column of this page to contact us. Tell us what size you need the image to be, and we'll gladly send it to you.



Teri Robert, patient educator and advocate
      Author of Living Well with Migraine Disease and Headaches
Tammy Rome, patient educator and advocate



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