Woman finds hope in struggle with ‘suicide disease’

Holley said the biggest change to her life is her ability to be with her family. Prior to the surgery, Holley would not even go out with her family for fear of having a major episode in public. Now, Holley said she is able to spend time out in public with her family.

Holley was once considering applying for long-term disability but has returned full-time to her position as a nurse in Kerrville. She said her condition has helped her to understand her patients and connect better with their struggles.

“I still get my bad days, but it’s not near like it was,” Holley said.

To support Holley and the Pesina family in their daily battle with Trigeminal Neuralgia,

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