I want to write about my experiences and talk to people. You don't have to have MS to leave comments here and chat. I want to educate people on this. One of the hardest things to deal with is explaining to your family and friends why you can't make it to something, your to tired for this or that etc, when they can't visably see whats wrong with you. The accusations of lazy fly, and the depression sets in.
So here's my diary of dealing with it and trying to stay upbeat (doesn't always work warning).
It's a Shit Business by Steve
"online diary-cum-therapy-hole for a young(ish) man chronicling his life with Multiple Sclerosis - there will be jokes, too."
Wipe Out MS by Alan
Wipe Out MS is a project that is sponsored by my company, Glass Aid. It's in part due to my personal connection with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and a desire to contribute towards finding a cure.
Erik's Multiple Sclerosis & Lyme Blog (relocated)
My life of symptoms, doctor visits, seemingly endless and massive semi-tax deductible "contribution" to the pharmaceutical industry, and getting better.
~LiFe as I kNoW iT ~ by CaliforniaGirl
"I have IT because it can't have ME so... take that MS, you're dead to me"
Norma Lee Good by Norma
Welcome to my life. I am a woman who recently has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and Osteoporosis. I am happy to be married to my best friend and we are blessed to have a beautiful little boy. Find a comfy place to sit, relax and see for yourself how my sense of humor,stubborness and determination helps me manage Multiple Sclerosis, being Mommy, and everything else that I experience during my day. Enjoy!
Blah Blah Blah... by Damon
So let's start this off MS Style! I just finished my 13th shot of Avonex just now. 13 is a good number, right?! Super lucky? I might be mistaken, but 13 is the number of people who weren't murdered, didn't lose everything, and never ever ever had bad luck... ever.
Walk with a Big Stick by Jan
I’m a youngish baby boomer, a mother of two, a sister, a daughter, an ex-wife, a good friend to many, a professional photographer, an accomplished amateur cook, a former ballet dancer and weight trainer, a music lover and fan of the Blues, an insatiably curious learner, a citizen of the world, and a full-time patient.The Pitter Patter Boutique by Sarah
With the impending diagnosis of MS (I know it's coming), it has forced me to really sit back and take a good look at my life. Who am I? Who do I want to be? What do I want to do? How am I going to handle this?
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