Have You Ever Received Advice You Weren’t Looking For?

It’s our choice in responding. We can either give a flip answer, laugh and keep going or just ignore them

A Journey to My True Self Choosing Weight Loss as a Person Living With MS

Having weight loss surgery just 5 months ago has changed my life.

Useful Tips for Traveling With MS

Having MS does not mean that you cannot continue enjoying the pleasures of life, among them traveling.

Like Father, Like Daughter

I think about how my best memories as a child include always knowing how fiercely my father loves me.

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 to the President is indicative of the progress we’ve made as a country, and I’m proud of it.

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How Horseback Riding Helps My MS

There are so many advantages to riding a horse when you’re living with MS.

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The Woman With the Orange Tutu

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Constant Reminder

My injections may always be there, day and night, good and bad—watching, waiting.

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Self-care Is Not Selfish

It’s time for us to stand up and live life on our own terms.

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Faith’s Pharmacy: Open 24 Hours Daily

I will warn you: I am that 1% of individuals you hear about in commercials… Read More

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5 Things To Know About Evusheld

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized Evusheld for use to prevent COVID-19… Read More

COVID-19 Vaccine: Understanding Third Doses and Boosters

With the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve made further adaptations

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The Primary Progressive Experience

Receiving an MS diagnosis is difficult, to say the least, and being told you’ve got… Read More

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The Stigma of Dating With MS

My best advice for single individuals living with MS who are looking for a partner… Read More

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Afternoons with Annie

The wheelchair is totally normal to her. No judgment. A lot of adults could learn… Read More

MS Doesn’t Stop You From Being a Great Parent

My goal is to make the burden of a chronic illness lighter for children. I… Read More

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Inclusivity in Healthcare

My queer identity cannot be dismissed, and my lived experience cannot be reduced to a… Read More

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Our Community

Warrior to Warrior, may this battle only be a season. Be encouraged, empowered and blessed.

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Depression and MS

I have picked up some pointers that have helped me combat my depression to remain… Read More

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Living with MS: Sometimes One Really is the Loneliest Number

Resources that bring the MS community closer together to address the body, mind and brain… Read More

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