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Fears

The impact of MS on an individual’s financial future can be catastrophic. There’s a very strong association between MS and loss of employment – and life often includes additional expenses, particularly for those who may find it hardest to continue to work. Just imagine trying to modify your home...

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To Chose

They say that, illness, being a parent, and living in a rural/regional setting can all isolate you from the world. I just happen to tick all three of those boxes. There have been times especially in the past five years since my twins arrived, that I have felt the immense pressure of isolation....

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Taj mahal

I’ve always had a bucket list.  I add things all the time and I change my mind about which items are the most important to see with my own eyes. I have crossed a few things off – and every single one has been worth the effort, no matter how different it was from how I imagined it.  There is so...

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Giraffe heads above the tree line

One of the reasons I applied to be one of the “Uninterrupted” blogging team was that it was explicitly stated in the call for participants that we could choose to be anonymous.  I love to write and have been thinking about sharing my experience of living with MS for quite some time – but the...

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Relaxed cat

Samuel posted something pretty special today.  It’s thoughtful, thought-provoking, honest, potentially controversial and really worth the ten minutes or so it will take you to read it through.  Frankly, I wondered if I should wait a few days before putting up my small offering for this week...

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Dealing with Uncertainty

What I’d like to discuss in this post are a few things I wish all doctors out there were aware of. Not so much along the lines of scientific facts, but more in terms of how it feels to face a nebulous diagnosis like MS, or pre-MS (by this I mean the state generally referred to as being...

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Screaming monster face

What’s the thing you’re most scared MS will do to you?

Children ask the most amazing questions!  That one came from a boy of about six who was sitting up the back when I went to the local primary school to tell the children about the MS Readathon.  I had just finished explaining...

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