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What if you could completely cure your MS?


                                         


What if you could cure your MS?

Have you ever fantasized about this? I mean, I often wish I could still run, walk in a straight line, control my bladder, swim with the no fear of drowning, or hold a writing utensil long enough to write a check. I often find myself thinking "oh, I used to be able to do that" when witnessing someone skip up a fight of steps or moving around on a dance floor.

So, yes, if I could cure my MS, I would dance again, hike again, swim again...and I would not miss The Monster at all. That's the obvious answer to the question, right?

After reading Mona Sen's article, I have been shown a more appropriate perspective on my reality. The cure probably won't happen in my lifetime, so I (we)need to learn from Mona's attitude.

What if I Were Cured of My Multiple Sclerosis?I’d love to go back to relapsing-remitting MS, but I stop short at wanting to be completely cured.


https://www.everydayhealth.com/columns/my-health-story/what-were-cured-my-multiple-sclerosis/?eh_uid=84927051&slot=0&xid=nl_EHNLms_2019-09-24_18129901&utm_source=Newsletters&nl_key=nl_living_with_multiplesclerosis&utm_content=2019-09-24&utm_campaign=Living_With_Multiple_Sclerosis

Have a good week!
Lisa










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