Mentally I feel younger than I am, and I think everyone does, but getting MS has made my body (56) feel older (65), which isn’t a surprise to anyone that is physically ill. And the only people that care and understand are those that have MS. Most people don’t give a rats arse that I am ill, because if it doesn’t affect them then they have no awareness. It’s not until someone gets sick, they have the awareness. Until then I am on my own basically. And that’s how it has always been. Life can be much harder when your ill.
I should have specified yes, physically I do feel older, but like you said earlier, mentally I feel younger than I am. Because I live with my daughter and my grandchildren.
Yes, and wiser, good point!
You said you live in London, is it chaotic there now because of the royal wedding?
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