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Woman watching sunrise in sunflower field

Today is a good day.

 

Today I'm turning off the television and putting on music.

First I'm going to tidy up the mess on the floor, and conquer the vacuum cleaner. It doesn't expect me. It roars to life, but I...

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When I was initially diagnosed with MS, I read a lot of stories online that suggested my life would now virtually be over. My neurologist had told me “whatever you do, don’t go home and sift through Google results about MS”. Although I understood that this was certainly great advice...

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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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Christmas

Christmas can be a crazy time of year, even for those who don't live with a illness like Multiple Sclerosis. After many attempts to write this blog post, I leave you with this.

MS Christmas Carol

This the season to be joyful,

Fa la la la la, la...

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I don’t watch a lot of TV, but when I heard RJ Mitte was visiting Australia for some public speaking engagements on ‘Overcoming Adversity’, I knew I had to get there. RJ has a starring role in the cult TV show ‘Breaking Bad’ (which I’ve admittedly never seen!) but...

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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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Balck and white eye

Almost everyone with MS has a diagnosis story.  How someone finally turned to them and confirmed “you have multiple sclerosis”.  I don’t.  I have the memory of a bewildering first episode, of numerous tests, specialist appointments, and courses of IV steroids over several months of...

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Living with MS: Five moments I knew I am sick

Living with MS is not pleasant. But one gets used to it. It becomes a little mundane, and quite frankly, I’m bored with it.

But a few moments have cut through the boredom and stunned me. Some I found funny, others not so much. Surprisingly, all have occurred when I have been relatively...

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