Tagged: MS

Changing Seasons and Changing Routines 0

Changing Seasons and Changing Routines

Changing Seasons and Changing Routines Fall is upon us and as the leaves change color and pile up on lawns across the neighborhood, parents and kids are begrudgingly adjusting to a new school year...

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...

The Autumn Redemption 0

The Autumn Redemption

The Autumn Redemption As fall begins, I can’t help but feel somewhat victorious. I survived – or to be more specific, my MS survived another grueling summer. When I was...

Cognitive Challenges when Navigating a New City 0

Cognitive Challenges when Navigating a New City

Cognitive Challenges when Navigating a New City This past June, I had the privilege of traveling to Europe with my mom and my stepdad Tim, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis...

When it's Over 0

When it's Over

When it’s Over ​There’s this dress in the back of my closet.   And boy, I used to rock that thing. It was perfect for any occasion. It hugged every curve,...

The Life I Want to Live 0

The Life I Want to Live

The Life I Want to Live In the final years of high school, I wasn’t sure I wanted to go to college. I was emotionally and physically exhausted. AP classes and...

Adventures in Medical Marijuana 0

Adventures in Medical Marijuana

Adventures in Medical Marijuana When I made the initial appointment at Bloomfield Industries, I was told to bring the script from my doctor and cash. Oh, and a picture ID issued...

My Divine Fairytale 0

My Divine Fairytale

My Divine Fairytale Getting diagnosed with MS at the age of 17 posed a lot of challenges. Not only was I facing uncertainty when it came to my physical health, but...

Alone in a Room Full of People 0

Alone in a Room Full of People

Alone in a Room Full of People No one could possibly understand this. This disease is so elusive, yet so real to me. Everybody with this disease seems to have...

A Leg to Stand On 0

A Leg to Stand On

A Leg to Stand On ​Allow me to introduce you to Devin Stratton, a 25-year-old Utah man who captured himself on video accidentally falling off a 150-foot cliff while skiing.   ...

“You Shouldn't Be Parked There” 0

“You Shouldn't Be Parked There”

“You Shouldn’t Be Parked There” It was cold, wet and miserable outside. It all felt too hard, but I decided to drag myself away from our fireplace and venture out to...

How MS Changed My Marriage 0

How MS Changed My Marriage

How MS Changed My Marriage Our love story began as one of those “only in New York” moments. We met briefly at a lounge in the Lower East Side as I...

Blessed with MS 0

Blessed with MS

Blessed with MS Just from the title of this blog, you may be curious how a person can feel blessed with multiple sclerosis. Well my friend, I’m here to open up...