Calie Wyatt

About Calie Wyatt

Hi, my name is Calie and I am a 25 year old wife and momma to an extremely rambunctious little boy! I was diagnosed with Relapse-Remitting MS when I was 14 years old. After coming to terms with the diagnosis at such a young age, I was completely overcome with shame, guilt, and fear. To be honest, I was terrified. I couldn't believe that my body had betrayed me like that and that I had a disease. An incurable one at that.

By Calie Wyatt - March 14, 2018
“Look calmly and confidently at the situation. Then step gratefully forward, and make something beautiful, valuable, and meaningful out of it all.” -Ralph Marston About 3 weeks ago, I got a call... READ MORE

By Calie Wyatt - March 5, 2018
Not many people other than close family and friends knows that “Calie” is not my birth name. My true first name is “Calissa”, but I’ve always gone by “Calie” for short. I... READ MORE

By Calie Wyatt - January 15, 2018
Have you ever heard of the term, “New Year Blues”? It’s the end of the year and you’re getting kind of down. The excitement of the coming holidays has past and you’re... READ MORE

By Calie Wyatt - January 8, 2018
Christmas just ended, I know, but I’ve been feeling like I strongly relate to a character in the classic movie, Rudolph as of late. The character I feel like I relate to... READ MORE

By Calie Wyatt - December 10, 2017
On this past October 17th, I turned 27 years old.  Each year I love reflecting over the past year and seeing how I’ve grown and how I’ve changed. Life is so short,... READ MORE

By Calie Wyatt - December 4, 2017
Getting lost in a good book Reading has always been something I’ve loved. I love getting lost in a good book and putting myself in the places of the characters. It frees... READ MORE

By Calie Wyatt - November 9, 2017
My main Multiple Sclerosis symptoms are scarce, thankfully. For me, these symptoms include fatigue and lassitude, muscle weakness and occasional pain. Arm and leg weakness is something I want to focus on... READ MORE

By Calie Wyatt - September 11, 2017
This last weekend, I drove 6 hours to go home and see my mom. She had surgery on Tuesday, and due to complications she became severely ill. If you’ve read one of... READ MORE