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Identity Crisis   by Meagan Freeman IDENTITY CRISIS: Who am I Now? Finding a New Purpose and Passion After Your Career Has Ended If you are anything like me, you probably spent years creating and establishing your career through education and work experience. Maybe you even had one of those childhood dreams. “I always wanted...
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Vulnerability: The undisclosed side effect of Multiple Sclerosis   When reflecting on this last year, and what triumphs, growth and failures I had experienced, I came to discover a new truth of mine: Nothing scares me more than vulnerability. Not only when it comes to love, but in every aspect of my life. Having M.S....
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Audio Version of a One-Woman Musical Shines a Light On MS, Loss & Inspiration   by Race to Erase MS In Singing My Way Back, Bobbi Vandervort weaves together narrative and 22 original songs to tell her compelling story of life before and after her diagnosis of MS. In the moving one-woman musical, professional singer-songwriter...
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Thankful for Boundaries   by Kristina Marie Dizard The holiday season is upon us, friends! Crisp fall air and crackling fire join together in perfect harmony. Warm coffee and crimson falling leaves awaken our senses. This season of pass-the-stuffing and thanksgiving cheer brings with it more than a mouthwatering dinner. Those of us required to...
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Wonder   by Kristina Marie Dizard I sat on my gigantic pillow-top bed (you know, the ones that make the clouds envious) and as I rifled through my old goal jar from January I found myself holding onto one specific goal. Do more things that feed my soul. I stared at this crinkled up old...
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M.S. Mighty Strong   by Kristina Marie Dizard Newsflash! M.S. actually stands for Mighty Strong. I’ve made an executive decision to change the meaning of this acronym to what it really stands for. After-all, who decided what it meant in the first place? M.S. Mighty Strong indeed. We might not realize we are growing stronger...
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9 Years with MS   by Caroline Kyriakou It’s been quite a while since my last blog post. As someone with MS, you have good days and bad days. Lately I have been struggling with insomnia and fatigue. I am sure most of you can relate with that. At this time I am still working...
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Orange You Happy to Erase MS?   by Kristina Marie Dizard May is a month for great MS Awareness, and all I can seem to manage to say when asked about how I am doing is, “It could be worse.” This has become my mantra. Friends are sending me pictures of grocery store donations made...
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Fingerprints of Love   by Kristina Marie Dizard This last week I felt like I had been hit by a Semi-Truck, and then ran over by it again & again as I lay lifeless on the cold cement. Physically I was not injured, but the stress and turmoil I ensued hit me like a ton...
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So I Found Some Joy   by Christine Brovelli O’Brien This past December, I wrote a blog post about finding joy in a life with MS. I challenged myself and others with MS to find happiness in the little things in life. Now spring is (sort of) in the air, and although where I live...
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