MS Awareness Month: How You Can Help

Create a support group

Whether you’re suffering from a chronic illness or are caring for someone who is, you’re going to need a network to get you through it. Starting a support group is a great way to bring members of the community together to share experiences and lean on each other. You may even find yourselves brainstorming new ways to raise awareness in the community.

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  1. Ella says:

    21 years and counting. No meds 18yrs post diagnosis, then a really nasty ‘doing over’ by the MS bastard so finally succumbed to Gilenya. Walk that middle path; and keep thinking everyone! Your mum neglecting to cold press you an organic kale smoothie when u were 3 did not do this ; your ethnicity could be anything- no family has ‘strong genes’ keeping them completely immune; worship or not at the wrong church; temple; mosque; totem pole has not influenced this diagnosis, please don’t use the good that is sometimes done in the name of faith as a cruel manipulation. Be good to each other! Meaning to sound slightly like a hippy, you are doing the best you can do while facing an unpredictable nightmare while still seeing the wonder.

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