There’s so much to think about when planning a holiday. Stay in the UK or go abroad? Relax by the pool, or explore a new city? Throw MS symptoms like heat sensitivity into the mix and it gets even more complicated. And if you’ve got children too, you might feel like you’re faced with a hundred decisions before you even set off.
Lewis MacDougall, 14, won praise for his portrayal of a young boy losing his mum to cancer in film A Monster Calls. He tells us about life with his mum, who had MS and died when he was just 11.
Mum-of-four Julie Clear writes poems about life, love and MS. She tells us why creativity is an important part of her life.
When you have MS, your bed becomes your best friend. MS can mean beds risk being drab, depressing places cluttered with cake crumbs (just me?), but they’re also conducive to sex – aren’t they?
When Sally Deegan and her husband adopted a rescue dog, they hoped he’d help them find happiness, but he’s done a lot more than that…
Angela is a child therapist, but talking to her daughters about her MS was still a challenge .
I work as a counsellor in primary schools. I first started noticing something was wrong during the school holidays two years ago. I was unbelievably tired – and it didn’t get better, no matter how much I rested.
We asked people living with MS to share their top five tips for wellbeing. Here’s how blogger Ann the Poet takes care of herself.
Sing loud and out of tune on purpose. This is usually funny and will make you laugh, so you get all the usual benefits of singing plus the benefits of laughing!
When I had my first MS attack, work was very stressful and I was under a lot of pressure.