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Trying to Get Things Done

Living with MS is like being a part-time phone representative. Brooke’s latest comic shows the struggle of trying to make an appointment, being placed on hold for ages, giving up and ending the call, only to call back again to avoid procrastinating.

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Comments

  • Emilyjo
    3 months ago

    Love it. Spot on

  • barbzwires
    3 months ago

    This is all too real! My son was born with a medical syndrome and for the first 18 years of his life he would see an average of a dozen specialists, plus OT and PT. My entire life was making appointments and taking him to appointments. It was more than a full time job. Now I have appointments more than he does. Our health system now has ‘central’ scheduling. Making a single appointment is like going into a bank for a mortgage! All I can do is laugh!

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