Addiction and Multiple Scerosis
by Vicki Wood
(Cincinnati, Ohio USA)
My experience with Addiction and Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis:
(Dear Mr. Williams):
I would love an opportunity to meet you and share my testimony about my experiences. I know I could touch so many lives and I am in the process of building a ministry to help others less fortunate than I.
My e-mail address is XXXXXXXXX, address Vicki Wood XXXXXXXXX. (email and address removed for security reasons). I need you Mr. Williams.
Thank You for you time.
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About your Addiction and PPMS
Also, we would love to hear about your experiences with this problem. Addiction and chronic illnesses like multiple sclerosis are real issues. If you have figured out a way to deal with it and overcome it, our readers would benefit from this information.
We would appreciate if you would add your story, either here as a comment to this post or on the tell your story page. Primary Progressive MS is a quick progressing type of MS. We're sure that those MSers dealing with it would love to hear your story.
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