So one of the things that I find the most frustrating is when I'm feeling fine and then out of nowhere, a symptom flares up. It's not an attack, just a simple symptom flare up.It always seems to happen when I am at work too. At least the cognitive issues do.
I don't like anyone at work seeing me as weak in any way. So to start having issues concentrating or even putting a sentence together is one of the most frustrating things about MS when I am at work.
Taking it up a notch is the trouble I have walking. It starts with being off balance, but further, it leads to my spinal cord injury caused by the inflammation from the MS. When I walk, one of my feet start to curl in and it makes me twist my ankle. This combination has made it so that I occasionally need to use a walker.
Being 27 makes that the most embarrassing thing. I hate having anyone see me like that, but it is what it is. This MS is a part of me now and these... we'll call them quirks... are now a part of me so it is time to start embracing the bad along with the good.
MS is something I have, not who I am.
Find a place inside where there's joy, and the joy will burn out the pain.
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