Professional Wellness

I never knew that being sick is a full-time job.

Quarantine, Shmorentine

Bottom line is take care of yourself and your health, both mental and physical.

I’m an MS Navigator. Here’s What I Want You to Know About Multiple Sclerosis and Suicide

MS Navigators are here to remind people that they’re not alone on their journey and that we will always be here.

Exercise Your Right to Vote

Ensure that your polling place will be accessible on that crucial day. And then go vote!

Shot of Courage

My doctors encouraged me to get a flu shot, as they do every year. But this year, it took on a different level of urgency.

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By wearing a mask, I feel I’m being compassionate to others, and by them wearing… Read More

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But oddly, unlike others, I have felt less alone during this quarantine and more accepting… Read More

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I have MS, and I’m an essential worker. Face masks and social distancing aside, I… Read More

The Shame Behind Being Chronically Ill

There have been many times since my diagnosis of relapsing-remitting MS in 2015 that I… Read More

The Strong One

But there are some things, like a chronic illness, that simply cannot be fixed, and… Read More

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I’m so thankful for the ADA and for everyone who fought to make it a… Read More

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Coming to terms with having a chronic, incurable illness like MS doesn’t happen immediately. It… Read More

Dear Dad

Dear Dad, Telling you I have MS is the hardest thing I’ve had to do… Read More

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