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Girl Alone
I am the elephant in the room.
 
Not because you don't love me. Because you love me so much, you don't want it to be real. And maybe if we ignore it, if we don't mention it, if we sweep it under the rug, it doesn't exist....
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I thought I'd try something a little bit different for my latest blog, and post a Q&A session with an Australian musician, Marie Wilson, who is collaborating with the MS Community to create a 'Song4MS', and raise funds for MS Research Australia...

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how

Have you ever met someone and thought, I don’t know how they do it? Their story of what they have achieved with their life, or what they manage to fit within their day astounds you. How do they manage to get all that done and still remain so positive and focused? Or possibly its been...

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Peer Support

When my Dr and I discussed the possibility that I may have Multiple Sclerosis, I went home and started searching for answers. My search led me to a website for people with MS, created and managed by someone with MS themselves. This website provided me the...

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Kindness card

I love Christmas.  For me it is a wonderful season of remembering a first century teenage girl who was unmarried and pregnant, and the young man who stuck by her as she gave birth in a stranger’s stable. We try to reduce the stress that can be associated with Christmas in my family by keeping...

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Thank you

It’s that time of year that many of us send out Christmas epistles, updating friends and family on the events and adventures of the prior 12 months (plus allowing every parent an opportunity to showcase cute photos of our adorable offspring). In this post, I include my own personal twist on this...

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Carer

My husband is my part – time carer, without his help I would not get through the day. There are some days which are better than others, where I don’t need his help as much. MS has created limitations for me. It has been a hard thing to accept. When I started dropping the...

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Clouds

The months leading up to the diagnosis of MS are difficult for most of us.  But when a physician’s body fails them, there's an additional, subtle layer of angst to deal with.  Doctors don't get sick.  And when we do, it is uncomfortable for everyone involved.  To witness another doctor proving...

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