Studying Abroad With MS

I moved 2,000 miles away to go to school. And it was hard, but it was so, so worth it.

Please Stop Saying That

The rhetoric used concerning wheelchair users has to stop.

The Right Fit

There are so many advancements in wheelchairs and other devices that help us to maintain our lives.

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 a way to adapt.

Feeling Put Together

Being young and having MS comes with a lot of challenges. One of which is the ability to be trendy/well-presented whilst battling weak limbs, pain or hands that don’t always work.

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Latest Blogs

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A Story of Two Movements: The MS Community Honors Dr. King

Address racial disparities and inequities in the healthcare system that impede access to care, and ultimately, a cure, for MS.

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Limits That Change

The tricky thing about MS and the symptoms is that you are not guaranteed that… Read More

4 Ways To Beat the Winter Blues Before They Begin

It seems like winter just left and now it’s back again.

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A Moving Experience

Recently, I made the big decision to move my life south, and moving is the… Read More

Dream Big

A cure for MS. That. That’s the ultimate dream.

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Five Ways MS Has Changed the Past Five Years

I made a list of the five ways—one for each year of the disease—MS changed… Read More

MS caregiving

A Conversation With My Daughter

Recently, I sat down with my daughter, Rebecca, to discuss our dynamic and how caregiving… Read More

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Why Does My Brain Forget to Talk to My Bladder?

I’d love link arms with you on your journey; we no longer need to suffer… Read More

Third Dose

For a person living with MS since 1990, the extra layer of protection I gained… Read More

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aHSCT: Who Might Benefit?

The National MS Society has endorsed aHSCT as an additional treatment approach for people with… 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.

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Useful Tips for Traveling With MS

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

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Like Father, Like Daughter

I think about how my best memories as a child include always knowing how fiercely… Read More

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… 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

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