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This is Your Interview

What will you find at Your Interview? Interviews of the people you love. The people in you life who inspire you as they live with multiple sclerosis. What makes them tick? How do they cope? Who inspires them? What are their challenges?

Your Interview

So much of learning to live with something like MS, is learning from others who've gone through it before you. When Cir first developed it, I searched everywhere, libraries, magazines (there was no "online"), for books and articles to help us figure it out. And stories helped - articles, biographies - they all helped to sort out what was happening to Cir, to me as a caregiver, to us as a couple.

If anything, it can open up the dialogue in meaningful ways that you may not have thought about. Or even answer questions you may not have know the answers to. And if you know all the answers, then our visitors will enjoy learning about the life of someone who may inspire them.

And if you are the person with MS and want to interview yourself to be included on this page, by all means, do so. We'd love to read your story. This is one of the most popular pages on our site and we'd love to add you or your loved ones interview.

Your Interview questions

NOTE: You are welcome to use this list of questions or come up with your own. You can leave out any that don't apply to you or that you feel uncomfortable answering. Just copy and paste the questions into the Invitation below or into a document to answer at your own leisure.

(Be sure to bookmark the page so you can find it when you have completed your answers. And we'd love to see a photo of your family member, friend, or you, so don't forget those selfies!)

Interview your Loved One with MS

  1. How long have you had MS and what type of MS do you have?
  2. What were your first signs that something was wrong? How soon after seeing them were you diagnosed?
  3. How has having MS changed your life? Can you still do the same things you used to do? Have you had to give up anything as a result of having multiple sclerosis?
  4. Do you have a support group – family, friends, health care workers, who help you manage your MS?
  5. What are your most challenging symptoms with and how do you deal with them?
  6. Is there something that you wish you'd known when you first developed MS? Would it have made a difference in the way you feel now?
  7. What type of treatments have you tried to manage your MS? Mostly conventional medicines or alternative treatments or a combination of both?
  8. What advice, if any, would you like to share with others who have multiple sclerosis?
  9. Are you online and would you like to share your social media ID's with our visitors?
  10. Who or what inspires you? What helps you deal with MS on a daily basis?
  11. Would you like to share anything else with us? Please feel free to add whatever else is on your mind here.

Thank you so much for sharing your loved ones (or your) interview with us. Your input helps make our site the helpful and encouraging place that it has come to be and we appreciate you more than you will ever know. Enjoy!!

Interview Your Loved One

Or copy and paste the interview questions here and answer them yourself. We'd love to read about your mother, father, sister, brother, cousin, friend - well you get the picture. If they're in your life, we'd love for you to interview them and share their answers here.

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