How MS makes you feel
Anger, denial, relief, sadness, frustration. . . when you or somebody close to you is diagnosed with MS, it’s natural to feel a whole range of emotions. In this video, we hear from 17-year-old Chloe, who lives with MS, 16-year-old Deon, whose mum has MS, and Matthew and Haley, whose 11-year-old daughter Maddie has MS, about some of the feelings they’ve experienced.
5 top tips for taking care of your mental health
In this video, Hayley Bullock – a psychologist at Great Ormond Street Hospital – shares her top tips for coping with the emotional side of an MS diagnosis.
Explaining MS Symptoms
How do you explain multiple sclerosis symptoms to someone who doesn't live with MS? We enlisted some scouts and two MS scientists to explain and demonstrate some of the more common MS symptoms.
What's it like having a parent with MS?
If your mum or dad has MS, it doesn't just affect their life, it affects yours too. In this video we chat to Ella, Matthew and Alex, young people who all have one thing in common – they're growing up with a parent who has MS. They talk openly about how they were told about their parent's diagnosis, what emotions they went through and how family life has changed.
An update from our MSTV YouTubers
We catch up with Eden and Ella to hear what they've been up to in 2018 and their New Year's resolutions for 2019. They also share their Christmas messages for young people affected by MS.