Sometimes we need to laugh or just know another person understands or gets what we are going through. I've had MS since 2010 and before being diagnosed I had no idea what a chronic or invisible disease was. Now I equate with having an affair...Take a look. Comment. Tell me how you address your MS and what you want or need to here more about. And caregivers this is for you too.View Thread
I just logged on to this page and I see that you haven't gotten any responses. First let me begin by saying I am so sorry for what you and your wife are going through. Where are you located? Maybe I can assist you in finding some assisted living facilities in your area. Again I can't imagine how hard this is for you.View Thread
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