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By Tommy Johns - March 3, 2015
It was bound to happen, and it was bound to be me that it happened to. It was a cold February morning, one of those cold windy mornings when it seems like... READ MORE

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By fedupandconfused - March 3, 2015
So in 4 weeks time we have wonderful friends arriving from overseas and they are literally traveling to the other side of the world to visit us. We’ve known them for over... READ MORE

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By Nadine Shapiro - February 25, 2015
I don’t like being too busy. This is something I never thought about. Busy or not, I would get through the day just fine, even when I had been diagnosed with MS... READ MORE

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By boo - February 25, 2015
MS you are such a joker! You make me play the fool, but I will foil you from behind with a sharp poker. You do not scare me MS, you are uneducated... READ MORE

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By Cheri - February 20, 2015
I was raised in Christian schools all my life until I hit high school, then my parents placed me in a local public high school. I was trying to tell people about... READ MORE

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By Cheri - February 19, 2015
It was the end of the summer 1997 and I thought I had the world by the seat of the pants. I was twenty-four years old and attending college, one class away... READ MORE

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By Sydney - February 19, 2015
I know stem cell research is in its infancy, but I am still curious. Would it give me more mobility? Would I be able to climb stairs again? I’m certain you are... READ MORE

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By korrie - February 19, 2015
Hey guys, who of you here are on Lemtrada and how is it going for you? I’ve recently seen 3 neurologists (working together) who’ve come to the conclusion that Lemtrada may be... READ MORE

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By lanita merritt - February 19, 2015
I would like to know a few things if somebody can help me. I have been on the infusions for 4 months. I’m not getting better…by far worse…I had a seizure while... READ MORE

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By ColleenO - February 18, 2015
Choosing to do less is hard. I am a chronic underachieving overachiever though so hopefully by cutting back I will do less but do it better. It is a struggle to accept... READ MORE

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By smalltowngirlbigtimelife - February 12, 2015
Throughout my life I have faced the relentless demand fatigue places on my body and well-being. Of all of the crippling effects of this chronic disease, it is the fatigue that I... READ MORE

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By Donna J. - February 9, 2015
I want to share what I wrote last night. I was tired of giving this Monster my power, this was just my way of taking my power back. My hopes are that... READ MORE

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By Peter - February 2, 2015
Hello, I have just finished 5 days of steroidal IV treatment for diplopia. I am not yet experiencing any improvement from that treatment as my double vision persists. Does anyone have any... READ MORE

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By Ashley - February 2, 2015
I went to see my neurologist today, who repeatedly told me my disease was mild, the damage was mild, & I should be living normally. I’m not living normally; I sleep sometimes... READ MORE

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By PegLeg - February 2, 2015
Never ever thought, I would be needing them, but here it is. Walk In Bath Tub, I love them. we installed one a couple years ago, of course that means the whole... READ MORE

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By Kathie - February 2, 2015
I was first diagnosed in 2005 with Ms, the very first thing I did was cry! I thought how am I going to make it.. Well, I’m stubborn enough to keep moving... READ MORE

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