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Hate feeds on MS…

The sooner you accept this disease. The sooner you’ll get on with your life! Do what you can when you can do it, if you can’t except your limitations and rest. Sure I want to have Thanksgiving dinner and Christmas too but I can’t so I no longer worry about it. If you have to sit while others are cooking that’s okay don’t be so hard on yourself because they will understand if they really love you.

It was a lesson I had to learn and it was a hard one, but I Move On and don’t feel guilty anymore. If you have a MS stress is your enemy, so why stress over holidays it’s not worth it. I have had MS since 1976 and it took me many years of stressing over something that I had no control over, so I quit.


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  • wheels460
    6 years ago

    Whoopee you got a diagnosis stating you joined the rest of us playing the M.S. Lottery. You cannot change that fact you need to put your big people pants on and start doing everything possible to make your life as enjoyable as you can. The only guarantee in life is that it will end. Making the most out of the time you have on this rock “without” bringing harm to others is the most important thing you can do/be.

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