In This, Together

As I was writing each blog, I realized telling my MS story was much bigger than I ever anticipated.

What MS Means to Me

MS is a personal experience; it is not a cookie cutter disease.

Reminder Redundancy: Making Up for Memory Issues

He’s not someone with MS who will do anything she can to try to compensate for short-term memory issue.

Fighting for Accessibility

To the next generation, I say, don’t take the ADA for granted… it’s up to you to continue the struggle to make it a reality.

How Hypnotherapy Helped Me Deal with an MS Flare

Sometimes, an unpredictable disease like MS sometimes means exploring interesting ways to deal with the emotional challenges it brings our way!

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Feel Free to Speak

In opening up, I want to share some tips and encouragement that have helped me… Read More

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The Best of Walk MS 2021

To celebrate the best of our walkers, we perused social media to round up some… Read More

Positive Thinking Run Amok

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My Children, Let’s Talk MS

Fellas, the most important part when talking to your children about MS is maintaining open… Read More

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The Parts of Me

We can come to a place of community to get to know people for who… Read More

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How Early Does MS Begin?

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A Year of Many Lessons

As difficult as this year has been, it’s also been an opportunity for some of… Read More

Which Type of MSer Are You?

It’s important to not compare your MS to another. We all experience things differently.

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Yes, I Still Care About How I Look

Aging isn’t for sissies, whether you’re able bodied or you’re strapped to a wheelchair.

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My Elusive MS Diagnosis

There is also a greater awareness of others, including medical professionals, of the different presentations… Read More

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A Year of Many Lessons

As difficult as this year has been, it’s also been an opportunity for some of… Read More

Which Type of MSer Are You?

It’s important to not compare your MS to another. We all experience things differently.

self-care and MS

Yes, I Still Care About How I Look

Aging isn’t for sissies, whether you’re able bodied or you’re strapped to a wheelchair.

MS diagnosis

My Elusive MS Diagnosis

There is also a greater awareness of others, including medical professionals, of the different presentations… Read More

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Driver’s Test From Hell

The test drive with the hand controls went OK and might even have been fun… Read More

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What I Hope You Remember

It’s how I know that you will shine brighter than the stars we wished upon.

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