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      Holly Stevens was diagnosed in November 2006, after her specialist put her through every medical test possible to rule everything else out. Next month, she will be in her 14th MS year.

      Holly is a degreed writer who worked as a journalist, editor, advertising copywriter, manager, trainer, on-site reporter, guest writer, public relations scribe, on-hold scriptwriter, proposal writer, photographer, and freelancer for more than 27 years.

      Today, she is part of several Facebook MS groups. For Holly, being her own MS advocate has meant learning to say “no”. And while the future is uncertain for all of us, Holly is feeling pretty strong right now.

      Holly, we are sending you a virtual high-five!

      Now back to our MS Community: How do you manage being your own advocate and saying no? Do you find it tricky?

      To read Holly’s whole story and find out how she manages her MS life, click here:

      Our #31DaysOfMS initiative is running for the entire month of March. Each day, we are featuring a different story, and a different view of life with MS. To read all of the stories, visit our website.

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