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I guess I posted in the wrong spot, I started my story somewhere. Well, I’m a 49-year-old nurse that was diagnosed about 11 years ago after an awful divorce and my father died. I have been in a cloud of crap in my mind ever since. Still hope my neurologist will say they made a mistake and I have something else. That’s my denial.

I am married again to a wonderful, supportive husband who really knows nothing of MS which is a good thing in a way, although he does frustrate me with his comments that I’m not trying hard enough when he thinks I’m stalling.

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  • Erin Rush moderator
    4 months ago

    HI wendee! I am glad you took the time to share a part of your story with our community! I think so many members of our members can relate to the feeling of wanting this to all be a bad dream.

    I am very glad your husband is supportive of you, even if his comments sometimes miss the mark.

    Please know you are not alone here! Thank you for adding your voice to the community!

    Best, Erin, Team Member.

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