Something On Our Minds ~ An Anthology to Benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Something On Our Minds: An Anthology to Benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
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Cat writes with humor and great self-awareness, and she has a unique voice. I certainly will look for other opportunities to work with her again. Like Like. My name is Stacie and I was just diagnosed with MS yesterday to be exact. I stumbled across your bloog since I have buried myself in MS information on the internet. I love your blog! I also live in milwaukee. I am 26 years old and a nurse at a local hospital. I am terribly scared of the unknowns but reading your blog is making it a little less scary.

I appreciate that! My mom also has MS which was diagnosed at the age of Crazy gentics and the lack of vitamin D huh? Luckily, she has a very mild form. I am scared for the future as they have found 9 lesions in the brain and 1 now in my spinal cord which was reactive to contrast on c7 showing active ms. I am trying to take all the good days in with a positive attitude because it always could be worse.

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Like Liked by 1 person. Hi Stacie! Nice to meet you! I would be a little cautious, however, with how deeply you dive into the internet so soon after a diagnosis. Hi Rob! Just found you today, Cat. So, thanks for acting as my proxy.

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