Category: Multiple Sclerosis Association of America Guest Bloggers

MS Awareness 0

MS Awareness

MS Awareness By Lauren Kovacs Guess what? Awareness goes both ways. Yet another thing that MS folks deal with is awareness. You have to be aware of your own limits and make others aware, too....

What’s New? 0

What’s New?

What’s New? By Lauren Kovacs I know this is very hard. Fear is paralyzing, even without MS.  You wonder why you didn’t wear your brown pants when trying something new. I am not suggesting...

Prioritizing Needs = You 0

Prioritizing Needs = You

Prioritizing Needs = You By Lauren Kovacs You would think after 20 plus years of MS and three kids I would be good at prioritizing.  I struggle with this monster to this day.  It...

Between You and I 0

Between You and I

Between You and I By Doug Ankerman Time we had a chat. A good ‘ol face to face. You know we have a few things in common, right? First, we both have multiple sclerosis....

Balance and Moderation 0

Balance and Moderation

Balance and Moderation By Lauren Kovacs This is a Grinch every MS person faces this time of year. Even those who chose not to celebrate will be affected in some way. Even if you...

Thank You, Maybe 0

Thank You, Maybe

Thank You, Maybe By Lauren Kovacs I admit this is a tough emotion for many MS folks. I am not exactly the “glass is half full,” sparkles, and glitter type. Not sure how I...

Dealing with Insurance Denials 0

Dealing with Insurance Denials

Dealing with Insurance Denials By Stacie Prada Over the years I’ve appealed a lot of health insurance denials for different reasons.  I’ve dealt with getting denied for claims, denied for policy coverage, and denied...

Changing Routine 0

Changing Routine

Changing Routine By Lauren Kovacs I was employed outside the home years ago, but I chose to stay home when I started my family.  Just when I was ready to go back, after 12...