Laura McKee

How My Children Feel about Family Life with a Chronically Ill Parent

When a parent becomes ill or is ill long-term, we wonder how it affects our children. Are they okay as they say they are? How much should we tell them? Laura McKee talks about her family’s strategies for coping and communication.

58 Family Life Patient Stories - Page 4

Experiencing the Holidays with Depression
4 mins
article
René Brooks

Experiencing the Holidays with Depression

What I Want My Loved Ones To Understand About Migraine
4 mins
article
Jaime Sanders

What I Want My Loved Ones To Understand About Migraine

Nurturing and Maintaining Relationships with ADHD
4 mins
article
René Brooks

Nurturing and Maintaining Relationships with ADHD

Talking to Kids About Migraine
5 mins
article
Jaime Sanders

Talking to Kids About Migraine

A Lifetime With Migraine
8 mins
article
Jaime Sanders

A Lifetime With Migraine

Three Times I’ve Hidden My Migraine from Others
7 mins
article
Danielle Fancher

Three Times I’ve Hidden My Migraine from Others

Can You Talk to Your Child About Your Depression? I Wish I Had
4 mins
article
Jonathan Rottenberg

Can You Talk to Your Child About Your Depression? I Wish I Had

How To Support A Loved One With Migraine
3 mins
article
Sarah Rathsack

How To Support A Loved One With Migraine

Rollercoaster Families- When Parent and Child Both have ADHD
3 mins
article
Terry Matlen

Rollercoaster Families- When Parent and Child Both have ADHD

When Migraine Runs In The Family
6 mins
article
JP Summers

When Migraine Runs In The Family

About Life Effects

Living with one or more chronic conditions affects your life in so many ways. The only people who really know what you are going through are those who have faced the same challenges for years. With that in mind we have created Life Effects, an initiative shaped by patients, for patients.

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