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      Anna Sochocky’s remembers her neurologist’s words. “I am sorry to tell you that the lesions indicate multiple sclerosis.” Upon hearing that, the only thing that mattered to Anna was whether she would be able to ride again.

      She returned to the barn three months after her diagnosis. Going through the repetitive practices of grooming, saddling, and bridling her horse, boosted her confidence.  Eleven years after her diagnosis, Anna has learned to live with MS and created her own therapy plan with her horse, the center of her life.

      Anna, thanks for sharing such an uplifting story with us!

      Now back to our MS Community: What is the one, unbroken center of your life? What keeps you whole?

      To read Anna’s whole story and find out why hanging out with her horse is so healing, click here:

      Our #31DaysOfMS initiative has run for the entire month of March. Each day, we have featured a different story, and a different view of life with MS. To read all of the stories, visit our website.

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