My Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Bladder

It’s okay to take 100 bathroom breaks in 30 minutes; it’s okay to need to choose a table closer to the rest room in the coffee shop.

Sharing My Family’s MS Experience

There’s only hope on the horizon, and we’re coming together to make things better.

Treating MS in a Universal Healthcare System

In the U.K., as you may know, we have the National Health Service (NHS).

Sharing My MS Diagnosis at Work

This experience has taught me that it is OK to talk about my MS journey when my MS decides to become “visible.”

MS and Something Else: 7 Tips to Manage Your Chronic Disease and Comorbidities

Here are 7 tips that have helped me along the way in juggling comorbidities and that may be useful in your life.

Latest Blogs

coping with MS diagnosis

Hand Lettering My Way Through Tough Times

During this time, I learned how helpful hand lettering is for me in tough times.

COVID-19 Booster Additional Shot MS

Decision Time: COVID-19 Booster (Additional) Shot & MS

This is how it is living with a chronic, incurable disease. I have to make… Read More

Living with MS

The Challenges of an MS Warrior

Just as every person is unique, MS is unique in each person, which makes it… Read More

financial cost of multiple sclerosis

The Cost of Caregiving

Caregiving allows us to tackle this disease as a unit, but its cost can sometimes… Read More

MS diagnosis

Your Story Matters

Somewhere along the way, it became easier for me to talk about my multiple sclerosis… Read More

MS diagnosis

Unstoppable

I pick myself back up and face the day. I never settle.

multiple sclerosis support

In This, Together

As I was writing each blog, I realized telling my MS story was much bigger… Read More

MS journey

What MS Means to Me

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

memory problems MS

Reminder Redundancy: Making Up for Memory Issues

He’s not someone with MS who will do anything she can to try to compensate… Read More

accessibility MS

Fighting for Accessibility

To the next generation, I say, don’t take the ADA for granted… it’s up to… Read More

Progressive MS: Looking for Answers Now

People who live with progressive MS have many questions, but one I hear often is,… Read More

Build with what you have

There’s a mantra in the disability community: educate or litigate. I much prefer the former,… Read More

On Friendship

I’ve been examining the longest relationship of my adult life — with multiple sclerosis. Having… Read More

Kids Do Get MS

“My doctor said that kids don’t get MS.” My hope is to squash that myth… Read More

Letter To My Daughter

The night after your 7 month birthday, you and I were alone in the home…. Read More

Life When Your Teenager Has MS

About 5% of people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis are under the age of 18, usually… Read More

Advertisement