Tagged: MS

Priority Number One: You 0

Priority Number One: You

Priority Number One: You At the beginning of a new year, many people make resolutions for ways to make this calendar year better than the last one.  Some of the most common resolutions made...

New Year, New Beginning 0

New Year, New Beginning

New Year, New Beginning As it turned midnight on January 1st of 2018, I think a lot of people, including myself, held hopes that this new year would bring with it more optimism and...

Managing Sensory Overload 0

Managing Sensory Overload

Managing Sensory Overload Sensory Overload is a fairly common symptom of Multiple Sclerosis, and occurs when a person experiences overstimulation from the environment. For people with MS, Sensory Overload can sometimes make it difficult...

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...

Finding Holiday Spirit 0

Finding Holiday Spirit

Finding Holiday Spirit I don’t think anyone would argue the fact that 2017 has been a pretty difficult year, to say the least. National tragedies, devastating natural disasters, political and social mayhem, and endless...

Holiday Assistance 0

Holiday Assistance

Holiday Assistance With the holiday season in full swing some individuals may find themselves busy making plans and preparations for this festive time of year. For others this season may represent a time when...

Gratitude and Thankfulness 0

Gratitude and Thankfulness

Gratitude and Thankfulness By Susan Russo The holiday season is once again fast approaching. I honestly feel like I just finished boxing up all my decorations from last year. This is a time when...