Did I Ever Tell You About Lucy?

Lucy, our Papillon-Dachshund cross, my fur baby, I love you always. Thank you for always being there, this blog is for you.

Emotional Steps

Even if we don’t see each other on our paths, we know that we are not alone.

Conquering Mountains Figuratively and Literally: A Climb With MS up Kilimanjaro

As long as I can, I will try to climb mountains, travel the world and truly live life to the fullest.

Gray Matter

 “She cries a lot,” I said. “And she says such strange things. Are you sure it’s not affecting her mind?” 

Hello Stranger

MS rendered me ineligible for deployment, dead-ended many assignment opportunities, and I eventually decided to retire.

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Latest Blogs

MS relapse

My Recent Relapse…

Two weeks now after my probable relapse, both my legs feel like they’re full of… Read More

parent with MS

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.

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Studying Abroad With MS

I moved 2,000 miles away to go to school. And it was hard, but it… Read More

Please Stop Saying That

The rhetoric used concerning wheelchair users has to stop.

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The Right Fit

There are so many advancements in wheelchairs and other devices that help us to maintain… Read More

Mobility Aids and MS

Adapting to MS and Discovering Mobility Aids Lead to Freedom

This disease will not stop you from living your life, you just need to find… Read More

Feeling Put Together

Being young and having MS comes with a lot of challenges. One of which is… Read More

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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… Read More

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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.

traveling with MS

Useful Tips for Traveling With MS

Having MS does not mean that you cannot continue enjoying the pleasures of life, among… Read More

Disclosing My Diagnosis and Finding My Voice

When I share this experience disclosing my MS at work, I’m reminded that someone is… Read More

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My Life Living With Multiple Sclerosis and Surviving Breast Cancer

Surviving breast cancer alongside my MS journey has taught me that I’m stronger than I… Read More

MS Support Groups

Peer Pleasure – Not Pressure

A peer is a lifeline. Finding someone to talk with that is living in the… Read More

Inflation Reducation Act and MS Medications

5 Things To Know About the Inflation Reduction Act & MS Medication Costs

The entire MS community recently celebrated a victory with the passage of the Inflation Reduction… Read More

Age Ain’t Nothing but a Number

As I soon turn 29, I look back at my younger self and think, how… Read More

MS pain

Harnessing Destructive Forces

So much of my daily strength is turned into a mask that I wear.

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