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I Don’t Want to Have MS Anymore

I Don’t Want to Have MS Anymore By Trevis Gleason Published Jul 30, 2014 So, I’m sitting at my desk doing some research for today’s blog. I’m combing the latest news from clinical trials, the most recent news stories. I’m poking … Continue reading

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The Spoon Theory

I’m not sure if I’ve posted this before… but if I have, it’s still a good reminder to those of you who have to ‘put up with’ those of us with MS. You can get more info on this story … Continue reading

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Is having a disability different from being disabled?

The dictionary defines ‘disabled’ as incapacitated  by illness, injury or wounds; whereas ‘disability’ is defined as to make unable to perform by or as if  illness, injury, or malfunction. Actually, I had never considered the difference between the two words … Continue reading

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Things I owe to my MS

The following was posted on the MSWorld newsletter: Owing MS for the person that I have become, left only to wonder whom I may have never been Owing MS for the lesions that I’ve learned about never giving up, left … Continue reading

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Just Another Day

What a day!!  Had to get up very very early because we were having the carpets cleaned today and they were coming between 7a and 9a.  We moved everything out of the living room except the TV and bookcases.  He … Continue reading

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The Best Days

I had one of the best days yesterday!  I started the day by teaching seven girls in my Sunday School class of 6-8th graders.  What a blast!  We are learning about Women in the Bible and yesterday we learned about … Continue reading

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Making a Choice

There are many Disease Modification Medication options out there for MSer’s to choose from.  Everyone of them has been through years of trials and FDA approved to slow the progression of MS.  Evertime someone comes to me with an alternative … Continue reading

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