This topic contains 3 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Debi Wilson 1 year, 5 months ago.

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  • #11948
     John Connor 

    Dealing with being disabled is tough enough but what I’ve really learnt is that my MS has become another bleeding job!


  • #11950
     Ed Tobias 

    Hey John,

    I’ve never thought of my MS as a job. (I enjoyed my job, actually). My MS is certainly an inconvenience, and it can be awfully frustrating sometimes, but mostly I just look at it as part of my life. It’s who I am. I’ve never really gotten mad or upset about it. It’s just me.


  • #11951

    A warm welcome John…

    If this is another ” job ” this is not a ” job ” that I chose but a ” job ” that chose me…and although it did, not one I like but, the same as Ed states…this is part of my now life, whether I like it or not, and I dont….yet it has not changed me, I still look and sound the same, just that my views on life has now changed…I will never ever take anything in life for granted…definitely not my body parts, nor my bodily functions…just feel blessed of what I do still have left…Thankfully, I still have the capability to remember – think – think straight, and hoping that I still keep my ability to act sensibly on it…and not forgetting, still being in control…

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by  Jacqueline.
  • #11953
     Debi Wilson 

    Welcome to forums John,  I understand  and agree with what you all are saying!  It is a part of us that we need to accept.  And.  yet,  it is like a job because it takes so much work!:)

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