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9 ways to help manage your fatigue (Part 2)

9 ways to help manage your fatigue (Part 2)

Slightly later than anticipated (due in part to having to fight off numerous illnesses!) I’m continuing to explore the topic of fatigue management.  In part 2 of my 9 ways to help manage your fatigue article I’m sharing even more … Read the rest “9 ways to help manage your fatigue (Part 2)”

My MS hurdles- Part 6: Parenting with a chronic illness

My MS hurdles- Part 6: Parenting with a chronic illness

This is an emotional topic for me and I’m sure for any other chronically ill person who is either a parent or would love the opportunity to become one.

When it comes to parenting with a chronic illness, the vast Read the rest “My MS hurdles- Part 6: Parenting with a chronic illness”

My MS hurdles- Part 5: Living with brain fog and fatigue

My MS hurdles- Part 5: Living with brain fog and fatigue

Brain fog and fatigue are two common symptoms of MS and I live with both daily.  Since my last BIG relapse 18 months ago they have invaded my life, squashed my dreams and completely turned my plans upside down.

Yet Read the rest “My MS hurdles- Part 5: Living with brain fog and fatigue”

10 ways I’m rocking motherhood (with a chronic illness)

10 ways I’m rocking motherhood (with a chronic illness)

If, like me, you understand how unbelievably hard parenting can be when living with a chronic illness then this article is a must-read!  For once I’m not going to be beating myself up about all the things I can’t do … Read the rest “10 ways I’m rocking motherhood (with a chronic illness)”

My MS hurdles- Part 3: Deciding on the best treatment option

My MS hurdles- Part 3: Deciding on the best treatment option

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Welcome to the third article in my series exploring the different MS hurdles I face in life.  If you haven’t yet read the first two parts of the series I’ve written about my MS diagnosisRead the rest “My MS hurdles- Part 3: Deciding on the best treatment option”

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