Category archives: Multiple Sclerosis

  • Getting the Cold when you have MS | MS BLOG

  • You may have noticed my blogging frequency dropped a bit the last couple weeks.  As if having MS isn’t enough, I’ve been fighting a cold since Christmas Day.  Being “normal sick” (i.e. cold, flu, infection, etc.) when you have a chronic illness is a whole new level of “sick.”  Having an auto-immune [...]
  • My New Year's Resolutions for My MS | MS Blog

  • As I've said before, life with Multiple Sclerosis involves constant adjustment.  I figure there is no better time to reflect on these adjustments and make changes for the better than the start of a New Year.  2012 has been an amazing year with a lot of really positive life changes for me but I also [...]
  • Daily life with MS: Intensified Effects

  • In case you didn't catch on with my previous posts: life with Multiple Sclerosis is life with constant challenge and adaptation. Living with MS, especially Relapsing-Remitting MS, isn't always a daily struggle but sometimes that makes the struggles even harder to deal with when they do come. [...]
  • Learning to Laugh About My Illness

  • During my diagnosis, there were days when, while I still didn’t know what was going in my body, and while I still could not sit through class because of my symptoms, I just wanted to be at school.  I was blessed that Kadima Hebrew Academy was very understanding and allowed me to come to school durin[...]
  • 5 Life Changes with MS Part 2: Later Developments

  • In my last post I talked about some of the immediate life changes that occur with Multiple Sclerosis but change doesn't only happen immediately.  Some aspects of life that change with MS involve slow adaptation and often require a trial and error type learning process.    Some areas of my life that [...]