Refocusing After an Unexpected Career Change

We never know what is around the corner. We have no control over challenges that arise. All we can do is figure out the best actions to take at that moment.

Why I Am Still Living in 2020

I wish you well and hope that you will discover and be willing to share additional information and action steps that might benefit us all.

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).

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