MS Experience

working and MS

Saying “Yes” Until I Can’t

Have I taken on too much? Maybe, but it’s doable because, for now, MS is… Read More

2020 reflections living with MS

A Reflection 1 Year in: MS and COVID-19

During 2020, we were sometimes confined and isolated from friends and love ones; however, we… Read More

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Accessibility Claps and Slaps

I often find myself doing accessibility assessments. These may range from big, obvious things to… Read More

opening up about MS

“Are You Fine?”

I’d love to link arms with you on your journey; we no longer need to… Read More

supporting someone with MS

Tongue-Tied: 4 Things to Say

Since people don’t generally have a firm grasp of the disease, the comments we receive… Read More

putting yourself first with a chronic illness

My Life in Chronic-logical Order

My hope is that you will find the same freedom in creating and protecting the… Read More

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Why Did I Wait So Long to Join an MS Support Group? Misguided Fear.

As my local MS support group signed off at the final meeting of 2020, I… Read More

cleaning with multiple sclerosis

COVID Cleanliness

A year later, and I’m pretty sure a small child has wandered in and is… Read More

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Cane Commentary

Using an assistive device, as these things are known in clinical circles, is a bit… Read More

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Dear Gary and Lisa Part III: Anything Is Possible

Never lose hope, Gary and Lisa. Hope is the most important word in the lexicon… Read More

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