August 2014

My Mom’s Multiple Sclerosis

My Mom’s Multiple Sclerosis

Living Like You blogger, Emma, shares what is like to learn her mother was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and how she copes with her mom’s MS moments.

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Life in a Wheelchair, Freedom on Two Wheels

Life in a Wheelchair, Freedom on Two Wheels

Living Like You blogger, Willeke, shares her perspective on living with Multiple Sclerosis and life in a wheelchair.

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Embarrassing Cog-Fog Moments

Embarrassing Cog-Fog Moments

Cognitive symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis can be really frustrating and embarrassing! Here are some tips for you to better deal with cog-fog moments.

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Donna Sullivan
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Donna Sullivan
Parents Just Don’t Understand…Multiple Sclerosis.

Parents Just Don’t Understand…Multiple Sclerosis.

Living Like You blogger, Jamie, shares her mother’s reaction to her MS diagnosis and how she keeps the dialogue going.

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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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Jamie Tripp Utitus
The Easter Egg Debate – Adventures in Parenting

The Easter Egg Debate – Adventures in Parenting

Like father, like daughter. So many little things can be passed down to our children. Living Like You blogger, Tony, shares his favourite family pastime.

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Tony Carroll
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Tony Carroll
Multiple Sclerosis: Finding Hope Through Research

Multiple Sclerosis: Finding Hope Through Research

Living Like You blogger, Willeke, shares how hope gives her faith for a brighter future for Multiple Sclerosis research.

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What It Feels Like to be Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis

What It Feels Like to be Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis

Learn how Living Like You blogger, Willeke, coped with her Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis.

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The Patient-Researcher Divide

The Patient-Researcher Divide

Is there a gap between Multiple Sclerosis researchers and the patients whose lives they are working to better? MS Researcher Eric Downer shares his thoughts on the patient and researcher divide.

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Eric Downer
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Eric Downer
University Is Challenging Enough Without A Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

University Is Challenging Enough Without A Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

The university years are a challenging time for many students. Imagine what it’s like to be diagnosed with multiple sclerosis during those years.

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Aoife Kirwan
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Aoife Kirwan
Quitting Time: How Did You Decide to Finally Stop Working?

Quitting Time: How Did You Decide to Finally Stop Working?

Working with Multiple Sclerosis is challenging. Living Like You blogger, Jamie, shares her tough decision to leave her job and stop working.

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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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Jamie Tripp Utitus
Knitting Needles, Brushes and A Little Creativity to Get You Calm

Knitting Needles, Brushes and A Little Creativity to Get You Calm

Finding activities that lead to relaxation are important for staying healthy. Living Like You blogger, Birgit, knits to help manage her Multiple Sclerosis.

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Birgit Bauer
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Birgit Bauer
MS, The What If’s and Survivor's Guilt

MS, The What If’s and Survivor's Guilt

It’s hard when friends living with Multiple Sclerosis struggle and you are feeling okay. Living Like You offers tips to cope with survivor’s guilt.

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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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Jamie Tripp Utitus
Why Jogging Your Brain Isn’t Just a Saying

Why Jogging Your Brain Isn’t Just a Saying

Living Like You blogger, Birgit, discusses why exercise is important for the brain and suggests some workouts for people living with Multiple Sclerosis.

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Birgit Bauer
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Birgit Bauer
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