5 Things I Want You to Know if Your Parent Has MS
My mom was diagnosed with progressive MS in 1982 when I was 7 years old.
Like Father, Like Daughter
I think about how my best memories as a child include always knowing how fiercely… Read More
From Slavery to Special Assistant to the President: Hope and Blessings
The fact that in two generations, family members can go from slavery to Special Assistant… Read More
A Conversation With My Daughter
Recently, I sat down with my daughter, Rebecca, to discuss our dynamic and how caregiving… Read More
Sharing My Family’s MS Experience
There’s only hope on the horizon, and we’re coming together to make things better.
My Children, Let’s Talk MS
Fellas, the most important part when talking to your children about MS is maintaining open… Read More
A Year of Many Lessons
As difficult as this year has been, it’s also been an opportunity for some of… Read More
What I Hope You Remember
It’s how I know that you will shine brighter than the stars we wished upon.
You Can Run, but You Can’t Hide
After many years of hiding, I decided to give one of these MS groups a… Read More
My Life in Chronic-logical Order
My hope is that you will find the same freedom in creating and protecting the… Read More