May 7, 2018
This podcast is a FaceTime interview with Hailey Pushis, her brother Robert who has had migraine since a first grade and their mother Jeannie. You will learn about an extremely driven teenager who cares very much about her older brother. As a pageant participant, Hailey has taken chronic migraine as her platform after witnessing the suffering, stigma and bullying her brother endured for many years. Jeannie Pushis tells us about needing to homeschool Robert because of stigma and bullying, and the difficult decision to uproot the family and move to the Southern climate, which has made a tremendous difference in Robert's health.
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