Service Dog Aids MSer

Service Dogs are Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Assistance Dogs. Any kind of assistance animals are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of the owner  including, providing minimal protection or rescue work, pulling a wheelchair, or fetching dropped items. After Debra’s doctor suggested that a …

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One Less Stress While Living with Multiple Sclerosis

by Mandy Harrell Urinary incontinence is one of those things many people aren’t comfortable talking about. The hush-hush issue is rarely discussed publicly despite its frequency, including an estimated 80 percent of people with multiple sclerosis who deal with incontinence on a daily basis. If that’s you, you’re not alone. …

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Weight Loss 4 Wellness Update ~ Depression & Confessions

It’s been over a week now, probably closer to two, that I’ve had a dark cloud over my head following me around. It often comes with a knot in my stomach that aches like I’ve swallowed a bag full of marbles. Do you know that feeling? That’s what my depression feels like. …

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Canadians Debate Physician-Assisted Suicide

Gloria Taylor, who suffers from Lou Gehrig’s disease, won the right to die … to suspend the law banning physician-assisted suicide last week. After two years of consultations and research the Dying with Dignity commission of the Quebec National Assembly has issued a new report recommending euthanasia. The National Assembly …

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MSrelief ~ May 2011 Walking Update

An emotional roller coaster, that’s what life with MS is! My daughter Lilli was behind the camera for this update a few minutes before church on Sunday. It was fun because I’m more secure in front of the camera than I was when I started blogging so it only took …

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Linda Grace Cox ~ September 2010 Walking Update

I’m a woman of faith, a friend of Jesus Christ, I serve others… And I’m not walking without a walker! (I know that you Louise Hay followers – I’m one of them – are saying, “If you keep saying you can’t walk without a walker you’ll always be stuck there.” …

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Linda Grace Cox ~ June 2010

I’m having a blast online! I am still learning so much!! I have found many new friends! I am so blessed! As far as my health goes, everyday I run the gamut, I feel weak, strong, clear-headed, foggy, spacey, coordinated, walking (without a cane, very slowly), walking needing a walker. …

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Linda Grace Cox~ April 2010 Walking Update

I am always amazed at the passing of time, but this is ridiculous! In January I said, “Just wait a few more days,” that was four months ago! Unbelievable!   Synopsis: September 1995 diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and denied it. November 2000 emerged from denial. November 2000- June 2008 tried …

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Linda Grace Cox ~ January 2010 Walking Update

I am very grateful that Santa brought me a camcorder!  As I was installing it on my computer, my husband was reading the manual about the remote control. I was so excited! I thought how perfect that is, I’ll be independent! As we looked in the box, we realized there …

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