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3 comments on “Most Memorable MS Quotes

  1. Profile photo of OliviaJ OliviaJ says:

    I’d say the answer to dealing with stress is the same as dealing with pain: all of the above.

  2. Profile photo of Sheryl Stohr Sheryl Stohr says:

    This May is my 17th year of living with multiple sclerosis. I got on this site in the hope that I could be some sort of inspiration for a newly diagnosed person. I am still walking. Not sexy by any means, but I do walk. If anyone wants to know what it’s been like after 17 years, I’m here. Sheryl

  3. Profile photo of EAB609 EAB609 says:

    I have found that learning and practicing Tai Chi and Qigong help me feel better on many levels: physically, emotionally, spiritually. It has helped relieve balance and gait issues, cognitive problems, anxiety, depression, insomnia, mood swings and most of all FATIGUE…a “Moving Meditation” that is amazingly simple to do on both my best and worst days. You can even do it in a chair, waiting in line, or even just visualize the moves to relax. The breathing aspect is key. Either 5 minutes or 2 hours at a time…it works, but best if work up to 20 minutes 2x a day, every day. Do Tai Chi and Qigong every day. IT is a blessing in disguise. Find a reputable teacher and class…instant friends! Check your Type A personality at the door and feel the flow of Qi. Placebo? Science? Who cares…it works for me and I hope it will work for you, too! A good resource is “The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi: 12 Weeks to a Healthy Body, Strong Heart & Sharp Mind, by Peter M. Wayne, PhD, with Mark L Fuerst.” The WWW has so much on video, too. Read, Watch, Listen…Try it today! World Tai Chi and Qigong Day is the last Saturday in April. Join a class and get ready to participate! You will thank me and yourself for giving Tai Chi and Qigong a try, rich with history and benefits for young and old alike…ENJOY!

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