“My biggest joy with multiple sclerosis is learning how to allow life to be life on life's terms.” — Bobbie G.
HC: How has MS impacted your life?
Bobbie: At first, I was extremely scared. For the first year of my diagnosis every ache, every pain, every sadness, I attributed to MS. The only person I knew with MS was an uncle who was bedridden and dying. So to me, MS meant a death sentence. But then, over the past six months or so, I lost four relatives to different illnesses and sudden deaths. That has really opened my eyes to living for the moment, with or without MS. Now, I’m on a really good disease-modifying therapy and have a lot of hope in my remission.
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