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Return to “Normal”

A significant lesson learned from all of this is that I need to be an active participant in life and not just let it “happen” to me. Going back is ...
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Stop “Shoulding” on Yourself

We need to stop using words such as “should,” need,” “ought to.” etc. Instead, we need to use words like “want,” “like to,” etc.
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A new outlook on MS and “You look so good!”

I don’t expect others living with MS will fully comprehend my realities, so why should I put this expectation on people who have never heard the ph...
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Adapting to Unpredictable Changes, Phases of MS

We all must remember things change. Also, we also must remember not to think everything is related to MS.
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Thankful for 2020

Think about what you are thankful for and let that positivity carry you forward into the new year.
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Tis always the season to mind your wellness

My wellness, especially when living with MS, knows no season. It’s something that deserves my primary focus the entire year.
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Coping Mechanisms

It is when we stop tending to the details that these coping mechanisms may need to themselves be “coped with.”
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MS Hugs and more spastic issues

Spasticity comes in all forms and fashions. The more we progress with our MS, the more likely we may find ourselves dealing with spasticity.
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