Category Archives: Health

It’s a gift, really

    I like to think of the good weeks as just that…gifts. I spent most of last year walking through a fog, unsure really what was going on with me. My vision was limited (bright days still cause problems … Continue reading

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let’s celebrate!

I have a new neurologist…but I won’t see him until June 26th! Hooray! Progress! Not really…but I don’t care. I finally have a new neurologist…let’s dance! Also, my love/crush for Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is out of control. Sorry…not really. I’m sure … Continue reading

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The Potato Activity

We’re talking about Receptivity in the Wellness course. Here are a few questions: In what situations and places do I best practice receptivity? When I encounter a child, stranger, lover, tree, or busy city street do I believe that the … Continue reading

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“what are your accomplishments and what are your goals?”

I wanted to say “Can you come back to me?” The truth was that I could not because as the oldest one in the group – everyone was looking at me for an answer. Well, I had to think about … Continue reading

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it’s the only way to describe my support group…

I met with the MS support group. There was someone from the National MS Society there and she talked to us about Aubagio (it’s a new MS treatment). Once again, I had another moment where everything made sense. It was … Continue reading

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“You left me meditating!”

(this is reposted from my tumblr where I mostly post pretty pictures I find. I was listening to the meditation audio for my Living Well course and I didn’t even notice that it had finished. I think that means it … Continue reading

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“Hello, I’m depressed.”

I’ve long had this idea of depression as someone sitting and crying or thinking thoughts of doom and gloom. Me? Depressed? Impossible! When I was first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, I never once felt sad. In fact, I think I … Continue reading

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