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by Lisa Ray
(Kingsport, TN USA)
To show that living with Multiple Sclerosis can be simple when we find our way of living with it. I love my family, and know that without their PUSH I could not do any of what I post on here.
I do have a good support team, and that matters. So I do hope that you will enjoy my blog. And any comments are more than welcome. Along my way I hope to learn more. We are never too old to learn. We just have to have that want to, and I hope I always will.
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I also love your attitude. That is the best type of attitude to have when dealing with a chronic disease like multiple sclerosis. I know most people don't start out that way, but if you can eventually get there, all the better.
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