My Struggle is Real

My fight began in 2014 with numbness in hands/legs. I felt like a test subject for years. I was afraid to hold my children as babies.

Finally, in 2017 I was diagnosed with MS and my world was turned upside down. I cried for days worrying about my children and their future. I didn't know anything about MS or what my future would be like. Once I met my doc in 2018, I felt better about life. I struggle with depression and pain daily. But I'm still alive and I'm happy.

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