So much of my daily strength is turned into a mask that I wear.
MS and grief often go together hand in hand. Your past life, how you have lived and memories you will cherish.
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Spread the love and tell them that they’re doing life right just because they’re doing life the way they want to.
Today I realize that I’m not confined to a wheelchair. I’m enabled by my wheelchair.
Intimacy with a neurological disease can make things interesting, to say the least.
I want my children to grow up in a world where the phrase “you have… Read More
My mom was diagnosed with progressive MS in 1982 when I was 7 years old.