[I]n 1973, Seymour Diamond and Donald Dalessio, then codirectors of the famous Diamond Headache Clinic in Chicago, wrote that the inability of people with migraine to adapt represents the repressed hostility of the migraine patient.

Joanna Kempner in Not Tonight

I am actually pretty angry about having a painful and debilitating disease that most people like to treat as an attitude problem so they can tell me to go to therapy and do yoga and meditate and otherwise remove myself from the world where I inconveniently highlight the failures of medicine, our bodies, and our economy.