I’ve always said that it is a cruel joke to expect a person living with MS – the chronic incurable disease that changes over years, months, heck – even days – to be his/her own advocate. I mean c’mon! How are we supposed to by-pass the emotions that are in-and-of-themselves paralyzing, to educate ourselves about our version of this disease that is always changing? (Read more and tell me how you balance it! I need all the suggestions I can get.)
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Oh, and if you forgot what you were supposed to be doing… its reading and commenting on this little post on Health Central’s MS site!