I'm a newly diagnosed MSer who definitely has her ups and downs. I love horses (though don't own one right now), cold weather and skiing (though I live in one of the warmest states, my husband is in the military). I'm learning to live life with a chronic neurological di
Hope you feel better soon!
I'm 28. I was diagnosed w ms. I feel EXACTLY the same way you do. Wanna move to New York so we can be ms buddies? ; )
There's gotta be a way to come to terms with this, right? After all, we have (hopefully) many, many years ahead of us.. so as soon as you find the secret to living happily with this crappy disease, you let me know, k? : )
Chin up.. unless you're cathing. Then chin down, darlin. Definitely chin down.
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