I’m sitting here with yet another migraine headache, and so I’ll simply direct you to a link to the article that I already wrote that is now running on Healthline.com:
Is There a Link Between MS and Migraines?
Our animals can really enhance our lives, and they help us a lot during difficult times when MS can be painful. My dogs seem to know when I need that extra cuddling on those days when I need to hang out in bed battling fatigue. These pet moments make MS matter less and make life with MS a little bit easier. If you don’t already have a pet, you really should give it a try. I wouldn’t trade my 3 dogs’ unconditional love for anything.
By the way, my teeny tiny mighty MS mascot, Peanut, has her own Facebook page. Check it out next time you feel like seeing cute pics while getting some new MS information:
Read my article on Healthline:
Read my latest article on healthline.com:
Spotlite Radio Presents Marcus Edwards’ Interview about Multiple Sclerosis on 8/6/2013
Founder of Fix MS Now, Sheryl Skutelsky, educated the listeners of Spotlite Radio about multiple sclerosis. http://www.spotliteradio.com
There are a lot of misunderstandings about ms; however, Sheryl, living with MS for over 20 years, knows differently. On Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at 10 pm EST, Sheryl shared with her listeners about multiple sclerosis and what the common misunderstandings are. People need to understand this often invisible chronic disease.
Please visit http://www.fixmsnow.com for information on her as well as her positive outlook on life. On Facebook: Fix MS Now
I just finished my live radio interview with Marcus Edwards of Spotliteradio. Besides feeling wiped out and in need of a nap, I feel good about having another opportunity to help spread MS awareness.
I have MS, and I have chosen to do my best
To give life my all … Nothing less.
I didn’t choose to have a chronic illness
I certainly wouldn’t try to will this.
But, strength is not something you choose
Until choice is something you lose.
Someone told me today that I’ve made such a great decision
In my mind it didn’t take much vision.
When pain becomes a daily part of life
And I can either cry or rise above,
I can easily become a burden to those I love.
To me there stands only one clear choice
I have to live my life with a smile and an activist’s voice.
©Sheryl A. Skutelsky, 2013. All rights reserved.