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November 13, 2014
Retha Sisler – “MS” is living with “Me”

Retha Sisler – “MS” is living with “Me”

“MS” is living with “Me”, actually with us, since 1995. We were totally unprepared for this life-altering stunt that this stranger, “MS” has pulled on us. It […]
September 1, 2014

Living with M.S My Story – Christine LeRoux

I have M.S it started long ago in 1964 when I was 25 and expecting my second baby. I was dressing my 2yr daughter at the […]
August 27, 2014
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Susan Schuurmans

I was known as the clumsy one in the family. “Susan would make the bull in the china shop look like a graceful ballerina” chortled my […]
August 1, 2014

Anonymous husband – My Experience

My Experience living / use to / with a Spouse with MS  Thank you for this opportunity to share my 19 years of experience with a […]
May 4, 2014
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Riad Masoet – Fighter, I am. Beat it I will.

Carpe Diem – My Uninvited Guests: Ergo et sum 4 May 2013 When you are 29 years old it’s very hard to imagine that you can’t tackle […]
April 9, 2014
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Janine Baltensperger Sunrise ….. The next frontier

Email just popped up. Heavy sigh. More work. Hmmm – this looks different. Subject line: REPORT FROM RADIOLOGY PRACTISE. Oh yippie. The test results from my […]
April 2, 2014
Sonet Heyns -Never a Dull Moment

Sonet Heyns -Never a Dull Moment

You’ve just received the diagnosis that you have MS! Shock, horror, tears! You know it is serious because of the look on the doctor’s face, but […]
May 4, 2013

RIAD MASOET

  When you are 29 years old it’s very hard to imagine you can’t tackle anything, or contemplate not being in control or believe you are […]
February 26, 2013
Jo Rosas – My Story so Far – Multiple Sclerosis an Update

Jo Rosas – My Story so Far – Multiple Sclerosis an Update

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS – MY STORY Summary of previous accounts and 2014 Update by Jo Rosas – Cape Town, South Africa SUMMARY After a single episode of […]
December 20, 2012
Susan Schuurmans – Living on the edge

Susan Schuurmans – Living on the edge

I think that when one of the core conversations of one’s life is with a long term illness then how conscious we make that conversation is […]