Life with MS

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Life with MS

Facial Recognition Loss Something to Discuss

Strategies for successfully coping with recognition difficulties may be found through open discussion, before and after it occurs.
Life with MS

Caregiving: Understanding Resistance

People have a need for self-reliance and independence. Robbed of the ability to meet this need, one may be overcome with mixed emotions.
Life with MS

For Family and Friends: How You Can Help

A person with a chronic illness will tell you how you can help, if you simply listen.
Life with MS

The Irony of Caregiver Guilt

It is all too easy to find yourself in the clutches of caregiver guilt, despite the fact that you have nothing to feel guilty about.
Life with MS

Bathing Basics for Caregivers

When done properly, bathing provides so many benefits.
Life with MS

Caregivers: Secure Your Own Oxygen Mask First

Recognizing the fact that you are trying to do too much and that you need help is an important first step.
Life with MS

What to Do When Aphasia Strikes

The person with aphasia retains intellect, but their ability to read, write, understand spoken and written language, and speak is impaired.
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When You Want to Help But Don't Know How

A writer with MS shares what she has learned about supporting someone with a chronic illness.
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