Devin Garlit

About Devin Garlit

My experience with MS goes back to childhood, well before my own diagnosis. My grandfather (and his father before him) suffered from MS and eventually became completely disabled. Then one winter day in college, I woke up and fell flat on my face. I proceeded to have trouble walking and standing the rest of the day until suddenly I couldn’t use my legs anymore. I was hospitalized and my doctors ran numerous tests before confirming what seemed obvious to my family: I had MS.

By Devin Garlit - October 7, 2016
“So, what do you do?” Probably the most common question you get when you first meet someone right? Well, it’s one I dread. In the past, I thought nothing of this small talk type... READ MORE

By Devin Garlit - September 30, 2016
While talking to other people with multiple sclerosis, I’ve had several tell me some disturbing stories about how they felt shamed by others. Not by healthy people, but by others who are also... READ MORE

By Devin Garlit - May 4, 2016
One of the more common issues that people associate with multiple sclerosis is trouble walking. When I talk to people who don’t know a lot about the disease, that’s one thing they often... READ MORE

By Devin Garlit - April 14, 2016
Suffering from Multiple Sclerosis often involves enduring a number of tough physical symptoms (numbness, weakness, pain, etc). While these are all awful, I want to talk about one of the psychological issues that... READ MORE