About Me

  • Gender Male
  • Age 42
  • Relationship Married

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My and my family's life changed forever at the first sign of MS. I was in the Air Force and my wife was a stay at home mother, until MS. Throughout the years my symptoms had progressively gotten more numerous and worse. They still come in vicious attacks, to the point that my wife has to work, whereas, I am on FMLA, just to protect my employment. Through these times, it is Christ Jesus and His sacrifice that has kept us together. We hold to faith, family (church included), and live according to the Law-Word God commands us to abide in. That said it is emotional and not just for the victim of MS, but of those closely knitted as well. Know that our steps are planned, and for those who are His, they ARE good. Resting on His promises is a relief, a resting shade in difficult times. And do not be afraid to ask for help. Ask without regret. Stay very active, mentally and physically, beyond what you believe you can do. Reach out to others who are suffering, empathize, converse. Do not EVER worry about what tomorrow holds, and with MS, I might say the next moment...


Type of MS Newly Diagnosed with MS, Relapsing-Remitting MS (RRMS)
First experienced symptoms2005
First Diagnosed 2020
Symptoms Fatigue, Numbness, Bowel Dysfunction, Dizziness and Vertigo, Pain, Headache, Tremor
Treatments Vitamin D, Mayzent


Living Well with MS Employment and education, Emotional support, Healthy living, Insurance and money matters, Healthcare
Getting Involved Walk MS
Research Research news
Hobbies and other interestsOff-road Jeeper, hiking, learning to cook, bike rides, hip-hop, lyrical theology, spoken word, coffee, studying theology, video games

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