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We have all been there, at the receiving end of ignorance and unwillingness to understand what life with an invisible illness is like. 2018 Winner Best Blog Post with ‘3443 Needles’, Blog Awards Ireland, Ashville Media Group, Dublin, Ireland ◾ MyTherapyApp: Multiple Sclerosis Blogs: 10 of the Best in 2019 ◾ Ireland Blog Awards: Finalist 2014, 2015, […]Read More
“So, how’s the book,” friends often ask me. “Oh, it’s getting there,” I joke. “I’ve finished one page, the one with the title and my name!” I don’t lack the ambition to keep on writing, but I have an overabundance of low energy levels, so I must ask people to use their patience… patiently when […]Read More
For the second year in a row, ‘Access‘ is the main topic of World MS Day. Access means a lot of things, so do volunteer in if you want to help others achieve everyday issues. Don’t forget to tag your events with #strongerthanMS and @WorldMSDay. Access Our campaign theme for 2015 is access: access […]Read More
Wednesday, May 28th is World MS Day. All over the world, people will organise events, wear orange, volunteer, work and/or attend conferences to raise awareness about an illness that so far, still cannot be cured. While 2014 is the ‘European Year of the Brain,’ this year’s World MS Day theme is ‘Access.’ Whether this means […]Read More
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