To My Fellow Men With MS

I hope this has helped open the mind of those men who have MS or were recently diagnosed.

Becoming

I have hope for my future and for all of us battling this mostly invisible disease.

Accepting the Good

While I have my ups and downs in life, if we only focus on the negative aspect of life, we won’t make it.

Little Engine That Could

I just thought to myself, isn’t that a story we, those who live with MS, strive for every day?

Fever Fatale

Yes, raising awareness of multiple sclerosis is a noble and necessary thing. But frightening MS patients, particularly recently-diagnosed ones, is quite another.

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