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Resiliency With MS

People living with MS are often familiar with, and at times masters of, resiliency. Resiliency is the ability to adjust to misfortune or change; with the many day-to-day unknowns of MS, share with us a time that you needed to embrace resiliency. What helped you get through the difficult time?  Read More


The holidays can be a wonderful time to connect with loved ones, and celebrate the season.  But, all that activity when you have MS-related fatigue is also physically and emotionally exhausting! What strategies have you found to help limit the effects of fatigue so that you can be ready for this Holiday season? Read More

Managing MS related Depression*

Depression is not a sign of personal weakness. It is a significant, potentially life-threatening, symptom of MS that interferes with function and quality of life and makes other MS symptoms feel worse. Have you experienced depression related to your MS? Share your experiences and tips on how you manage… Read More


Pain is a common symptom of MS, but one that is commonly misunderstood. In one study, up to 55% of people with MS experienced clinically significant pain. Have you experienced pain related to your MS? Have you found strategies for managing pain? Share your questions, experiences and tips below. Read More

Parenting with MS*

MS can feel like an uninvited guest to your family. While it can mean a missed baseball game or last-minute change of plans, it also can bring parents and children together in positive ways – like- movie night, relaxing at home, and even prompting meaningful conversations. How has MS changed your family life… Read More

Mommy Strength*

Being a Mom changed every single part of me, including how I handle my DX and life with MS. We (Moms) do not have time to fold to MS. We have diapers to change, laundry to do and little lives to manage. SO we put on our Mommy strength and get it done! I do my best and forget the rest! Where does your Mommy… Read More


Living life with MS is better with support from friends, family, neighbors and healthcare professionals. This month, in honor of National Family Caregivers Month, we invite you to join us for a conversation honoring MS carepartners. Tell us what you value most from your carepartner. And if you’re a carepartner,… Read More


Does uncertainty about your future keep you awake at night? Does anxiety about moving safely stop you from participating in activities you enjoy? Do you ever feel unsettled and irritable? Do you worry about how MS may be impacting family and friends? Do you just not feel like your typical self?       If you… Read More


Spasticity is one of the more common symptoms of MS – affecting 80% of people with MS. It may be as mild as the feeling of tightness of muscles or may be so severe as to produce painful, uncontrollable spasms of extremities, usually of the legs. Because spasticity varies so much from person to person, it must… Read More