Even if we don’t see each other on our paths, we know that we are not alone.
As long as I can, I will try to climb mountains, travel the world and truly live life to the fullest.
“She cries a lot,” I said. “And she says such strange things. Are you sure it’s not affecting her mind?”
MS rendered me ineligible for deployment, dead-ended many assignment opportunities, and I eventually decided to retire.
When I share this experience disclosing my MS at work, I’m reminded that someone is listening that isn’t as empowered yet and that we must help each other.
Surviving breast cancer alongside my MS journey has taught me that I’m stronger than I… Read More
My mom was diagnosed with progressive MS in 1982 when I was 7 years old.