As I was writing each blog, I realized telling my MS story was much bigger than I ever anticipated.
MS is a personal experience; it is not a cookie cutter disease.
He’s not someone with MS who will do anything she can to try to compensate for short-term memory issue.
To the next generation, I say, don’t take the ADA for granted… it’s up to you to continue the struggle to make it a reality.
Sometimes, an unpredictable disease like MS sometimes means exploring interesting ways to deal with the emotional challenges it brings our way!
It’s important to not compare your MS to another. We all experience things differently.
Aging isn’t for sissies, whether you’re able bodied or you’re strapped to a wheelchair.