Seems like forever since I've had the time to sit down and write a blog. Now that the holidays are over and the snow has settled in, it reminds me of how MS patients sometimes feel isolated at this time of year. Whether you are too tired to navigate the snow or like me; just not sure of myself on the ice and snow, there are ways to navigate these things. With three artificial joints and counting, I know I am very reluctant to venture out. However, sometimes bread and milk do need to be replaced.
If friends and family can't help, here are my strategies.
Reach out, don't be alone. Email me if you just want to chat. I'm here trying to stay warm and keep enough bread and milk in the house. Stay cozy and safe.
A BIT ABOUT SUSAN...Susan is a registered nurse who worked in high risk obstetrics at Brigham and Women's for twenty years. She is also a certified nurse paralegal. She is currently not practicing as she is disabled because of MS. She was diagnosed 8 years ago with RRMS and has a daughter who also has MS.
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