My Pageant Experience With MS: Why I Took This Journey
I am a MS Warrior, and when I walked across that stage, I thought about everyone who has MS
As I took the subway home, I regarded my fellow travelers with renewed empathy.
The Distance Multiple Sclerosis Can Build Between Family and Friends
Here’s my biggest advice if you have someone in your life with MS: be flexible with your loved ones with MS.
My Dad: The Flying MS Superhero
Our dad, Skip (who is usually in a wheelchair most of the time), had just jumped out of a perfectly good airplane for the first time in his life at 68 years old.
Motherhood and MS
I now understand I have not failed as a parent. I have a chronic illness,… Read More
How My Mom’s MS Journey Inspires My Work
My mom was diagnosed with MS almost 10 years ago, so I have a very… Read More
My Family’s Experience With Autism and MS
This is the intersection of autism and MS where my worry resides.
How to Talk About People With MS & Disabilities
Here are 5 tips to keep in mind when speaking about or to those in… Read More
How Horseback Riding Helps My MS
There are so many advantages to riding a horse when you’re living with MS.
The Woman With the Orange Tutu
To hear the words, “you’ve got MS” is not easy. The unpredictable nature of this… Read More
4 Things to Know About the Role of the Epstein-Barr Virus in Triggering MS
Four things you should know about EBV and MS.
Missed-Diagnosis : My 4 Early Signs of MS
I’m a smart woman, but even with my level of intelligence, I was ignorant to… Read More
To My Fellow Men With MS
I hope this has helped open the mind of those men who have MS or… Read More
Little Engine That Could
I just thought to myself, isn’t that a story we, those who live with MS,… Read More