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Wasted time and Wasted tears Where has the time gone? I didn't realize I was just letting my life pass me by I realize now that I let precious time get
My name is Melissa, I was diagnosed with RRMS.I was 9 yrs old when I was diagnosed I am now 34 with 3 children and it seems to be catchin' up with me!!
Yes I have had MS now for about 14 years and have had many stays at the hospital, been told I was crazy and nothing wrong with me, but then a neurologist
I've heard that everyone is first diagnosed with RRMS. I understand little about MS, and I believe it baffles even the experts at times. MY question is,
Although I had been experiencing symptoms for years prior, I was diagnosed with MS on August 28th, 2012. It had been one week more than a year since deciding
On July 17, 2013, National Disability Institute will launch a new series of six free national webinars designed to help people living with multiple sclerosis
MyMSTeam is the fastest growing social network where thousands of people with multiple sclerosis have joined to connect with others who understand what
M.S. You say That in the London fog you lose your way. That you will not go again But you know nothing of how lost I often feel, in the darkness
Kristie Salerno Kent has written a memoir entitled "Dreams: My Journey with Multiple Sclerosis". She is a singer and songwriter who has faced the challenges of MS with the support of her husband.
May 29th - World MS Day is here! I've been so busy and also helping Cir with some MS issues, that it nearly passed us by without at least a comment.
I hope everyone has found their way to the website (link above will open in a new window) to add their motto. If you haven't, I believe there's still time. If you don't make it, it will at least be fun and inspirational to read those that are already on the website.
Awareness of MS is such a crucial piece of the puzzle to solving this enigma of a disease. It's amazing to me when I meet someone who has no idea what it is or they get it mixed up with something like muscular dystrophy.
Because I've lived with it as Cir's caregiver for most of my adult life, it is constantly on my mind and something I deal with daily. Cir is actually going through it and I watch as it eats at him day in and day out, sometimes to the point of being close to giving up.
Fortunately, he loves life so much that that point rarely comes about. I admire him so much for his love of life, his determination, his strength, and bravery. Today marks the eve of our anniversary, so is a special day for us as well. We have lived for 31 years with this third part(ner) in our marriage.
At its worst, it has never been an issue that pulled us apart. In spite of it, we have grown closer, stronger, and more deeply in love than ever before. If I could bear at least half of the burden of living with MS, I would, just to see the relief that would bring to him.
Instead, I will stand with him, support him, love him, and care for him, for as long as we have together - hopefully another 31 years.
Happy Anniversary my love and Happy World MS Day everyone!
Kristin Bennett Mom's With MS MomsWithMS.com is a private community made for moms and moms to be who are diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, to discuss
Basking in the sunlight, watching people at Walnut Beach. Children running here and there, laughing, screaming, inventing games, accusing each other
Hi Everyone! With hopes and prayers I am going to attempt the Challenge Walk, which is a 50 mile, 3-day walk for MS in September of this year (2013).
I'm 43 and have primary progressive multiple sclerosis. I was diagnosed about 4 years ago. 2 years before me being diagnosed, my son, who at the time was
The Anonymous MS Page is where you can go to vent about MS. Don't worry that someone will wonder; "why did he say such a thing"? or "she really shouldn't think that way". Say what you like.
Multiple sclerosis can be the most difficult disease to diagnose, but when proper diagnosis is made, the main challenge is to cope with the disease as
Hi, my name is Ben White. I am a college student, a amateur filmmaker, and a brother to a strong, phenomenal person dealing with Multiple Sclerosis.
When you see double of a good looking guy!! You think it's your lucky day, but it's just double vision.
...For MS Patients Question: Are there any financial assistance programs for spouses who have had to quit working to care for spouses with MS? I had
There are some sicknesses that you can avoid. There are some you can get rid of. And then there are also those that you have no choice but to live with,
I wake in my coffin once again, time to die? Knees can't bend, hands won't move, so tired. Phoenix, Phoenix come to life and spread my wings to set me
The LISOMs Art Gallery will be opening soon! A portion of all art sold (50%) will be donated to the National MS Society. Be part of the solution with your artwork!
Hello Montel, I am writing you because I love your show and I have MS.. I was a school teacher for the special needs population. When the doctor had diagnosed
QUESTION: Memory loss and scrambled thoughts have progressed. Any suggestions on how to counteract these symptoms? I was recently diagnosed in 2012 and
I am a 35 year old house wife raising 4 children, ages(11,8,3,2). I have worked hard my whole life - starting working when I was 15 stopped working three
I went to College to major in Volleyball and Softball-Full ride actually. Then I was informed that my degree was actually an Associate in Occupational
So I have had RRMS from about 4 years now, and all the normal symptoms are manageable for the most part, but the last year two things have really gotten
I am now 30 years of age. I was very young not a bad kid-went on to college even on a full ride athletic scholarship. 8 years ago I came into a life of
Help For MSers is a place where you can come to find ways of helping those with MS. We've often expressed a wish to help MSers and we feel this is a great way to Pay if Forward.
I have always been the glue that holds my family together. There is no room to be weak or feel sorry for myself because if I fall apart so will everyone
Here's a People with MS Infographic. It shows the no. of people in the US that have MS now and how that number will grow depending on the estimated rate of diagnosis till the year 2020.
Welcome to Jodi's MS Space!! You can learn a little about her and her life while living with multiple sclerosis. Bookmark this page so that whenever she updates it, you will be the first to know.
Please help us get off the ground-I would be honored to have you be a part of this. We are registered with the Federal Government as a non-profit organization
QUESTION: Recently I have been having problems trying to speak. It seems that when I try to speak the words will not come out. I feel short of breath.
Hi Montel, how are you I'm so happy for you by getting a good treatment so you don't have to take those drugs you used to take. My name is Gerda. I live
I was diagnosed on the 24th of December 2010 being my birthday. I has so angry! Why did I have to find out on my birthday, that was my thought then but
By the time I was diagnosed, they looked back over time and feel that I probably had MS for about 10 years. I was diagnosed at age 40. Many times I feel
Utilizing state-of-the-art neuroimaging technologies, my artwork displays parts of the brain in ways that are rarely seen outside of the medical and scientific
Meet Roseeu! This is her Life in Spite of MS Space. Come read her story. Learn what life with MS is like for her.
I hate the words I'm, sorry, you, have, multiple and sclerosis. I hate metal machines with loud banging and whirring that assault my hearing, already