Please Stop Saying That

The rhetoric used concerning wheelchair users has to stop.

The Right Fit

There are so many advancements in wheelchairs and other devices that help us to maintain our lives.

Adapting to MS and Discovering Mobility Aids Lead to Freedom

This disease will not stop you from living your life, you just need to find a way to adapt.

Feeling Put Together

Being young and having MS comes with a lot of challenges. One of which is the ability to be trendy/well-presented whilst battling weak limbs, pain or hands that don’t always work.

Have You Ever Received Advice You Weren’t Looking For?

It’s our choice in responding. We can either give a flip answer, laugh and keep going or just ignore them

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Inclusivity in Healthcare

My queer identity cannot be dismissed, and my lived experience cannot be reduced to a… Read More

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Warrior to Warrior, may this battle only be a season. Be encouraged, empowered and blessed.

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Depression and MS

I have picked up some pointers that have helped me combat my depression to remain… Read More

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Living with MS: Sometimes One Really is the Loneliest Number

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Me and My “Happy Pill”

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Vote Down MS

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Whether you use a wheelchair, cane, walker, crutches, steerable knee scooter, motorized wheelchair, hoveround or… Read More

The Tale of the Concerned Wife and Resistant Husband

Today I realize that I’m not confined to a wheelchair. I’m enabled by my wheelchair.

Sex, Intimacy & MS

Intimacy with a neurological disease can make things interesting, to say the least.

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