MS Awareness

Faking It

Many MSers do our best to fit in, some keeping the disease a secret, not… Read More

MS and Dating

When it comes to MS and relationships, I’ve learned one major thing: be with someone… Read More

The Long Walk to the Coffee Shop

As with most workplace accommodations, a little thought and sensitivity could have changed everything–they could… Read More

On the Chopping Block

Honestly, I don’t think that I would have had the perspective on life and happiness… Read More

Wheelchair Barbie

Barbie can at least provide a little more comfort to children with disabilities who want… Read More

Sometimes “Political Correctness” Just Means Seeing People for Who They Are

For me and most of the people with disabilities that I know, we would like to be thought of… Read More

Having a Bizarre Time With MS

MS is, to put I mildly, quite odd. I’m not exactly sure why or how… Read More

There are Two Sides to the Disabled Permit Coin

Use your permit if you need it. If someone says something to you see it… Read More

Yes You Can

For me, the joy doesn’t come from crossing the finish line, but rather comes from… Read More

Always Looking Ahead

My advice to any young individual diagnosed with MS; don’t be afraid.

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