Real people share their own unique experiences of living with MS: the ups, the downs and everything in between.
10 April 2013
I'd always wanted to do a triathlon, but being diagnosed with MS makes you wonder, is it something I can do? It made me question many things about my life and what the future has in store.
23 January 2013
Read our guest Blog from Steve Woodward about how to stay safe and tackle the snowy weather.
06 July 2012
Are you healthy? Pretty much? Imagine you’re standing, there, wherever you are just now – living room, office, street – and someone runs over and gives you a shove. Of course, you’re shocked. Sure, your arm might hurt a bit where they pushed you. But basically, you’re OK. Your feet are firmly planted on solid ground.
But it’s different for me and other like me: people with dreadful, crippling fatigue caused by a long term illness such as MS, CFS/ME, lupus, cancer etc.
09 February 2012
An interesting conversation started on Twitter. How do disabled folks date? The big question was about how to appeal to a potential partner. Kevin Ward sheds some light on the options.
29 November 2011
After disclosing my MS in a pretty unabashed fashion in a national broadsheet (The Independent) last November I thought I was done with ‘coming out’ about my disease. Then this summer a BBC researcher got in touch about a series for Radio 4 and wondered whether I’d be interested in telling my story for their series.
01 June 2007
My story is all too familiar, six years ago I was happily married with one little girl and another baby girl due any day. Then I was diagnosed with something called MS.