Recent Positive Thoughts

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I am not multiple sclerosis and have not been misdiagnosed

I can’t seem to go through a week without someone voicing their opinion as to how I am to rid my body of this monster called multiple sclerosis. Some have suggested that I don’t even have MS at all; that it’s actually Lyme Disease or a deficiency of B12 or Vitamin D and that I just haven’t been properly diagnosed. All of those answers come from a place of a lack of information and too much Google.

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Multiple sclerosis can be a lonely disease.

I don’t think the world will ever understand that we don’t need their unfounded, unproven, misinformed opinions or their self-help miracle cures, mineral water and diet plans. We simply want to know that they care. Yes, it really is that simple. A kind word, a smile, a helping hand...you'd be amazed at just how much they actually help get us through the difficult times.

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What Others Say About Us

Thank you for your wonderful positive thoughts. I am generally a positive person and reading your posts underpin that…Thank you!

RachelLincolnshire, UK

God bless your warm heart Penelope. You have helped me so much with my MS because you’re going through it with me. You encourage me to stay strong. I love your JOY. Thank you for spreading the positive instead of the negative.

SarahOhio, USA

Everyday you make me smile….I cant wait to hear your goofy antics for the day. You make me LAUGH, LOVE, plus you’re inspirational. THANK YOU! You’re a BLESSING truly!

JustineArizona, USA

I look forward to your delightful insights to living with MS. I try to keep things positive, but I need positive reinforcement from someone like you each day so the smile I have always loved on my face doesn’t disappear.

SharonOklahoma, USA