Alexandra Reiche

Alexandra Reiche / Germany

“When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.“ – Malala Yousafzai

When Alexandra was diagnosed with MS, it came as a shock to her. Having watched a close family member battle the disease, she felt she was embarking on a very dark road. But she soon realized that MS has many faces, and that good advice, self-education and support can make a huge difference in the way we deal with the disease and its symptoms. And because networking has been so helpful to her, she tries to pay it forward – by being there for others close to her who are struggling with MS and by contributing to this blog, so that people all around the world may read it and hopefully find the one voice that speaks to them.

When she’s not out and about running or doing yoga, Alexandra is a passionate professional translator and voice actor, as well as a proud feminist and advocate for inclusion, LGBTQIA rights, racial justice and animal welfare. She also loves fantasy and science-fiction in any format: books, films, comics or video games. She has two cats, Gamora and Merlin, and someday soon, she and her partner Neil will complete their little family with a dog named Wutz.

Please note Alexandra Reiche is a pen name, but this blogger’s contributions are very real! We respect the privacy of all of our bloggers.

*Living Like You bloggers are financially compensated at a reasonable market rate for their time. Payments to bloggers in no way influences their writing, opinions or perspectives on life with multiple sclerosis.

Recent Entries by Alexandra Reiche

Being Mindful at Work

Don’t let work overwhelm your life with these tips for mindfulness.

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How Dealing with Depression Helped Me Deal with MS

For blogger Alexandra, living with depression helped prepare her for life with MS. She shares what the two have taught her.

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Do What You Love

Whether it’s adopting cats or starring in a show, Alexandra doesn’t let an MS diagnosis get in the way of doing the things she loves.

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