Tag: support group
One goal to rule them all
For real change, you should only focus on one goal at a time. Like laser-focus. My example is Become an MS Expert.
Turns out, not every MSer is my peep
A few weeks ago I took a call on the MSFriends (MSF) helpline from a “C___” in [state deleted] who was just calling to talk. She was suffering from a migraine because she wasn’t able to take any pain medicine preemptively before she had driven herself to the appointment for her annual MRI and back […]
The good use of my time
Now that I am more disabled, I find that I’d rather spend my limited energy on other things. Like this MSFriends Peer Support Hotline.
I am able to volunteer
I begin volunteering to answer phones from my home for the MSFriends®️ Hotline. It is a “peer support and referral service” for people who have MS.
My world is narrowing
I’m not bringing this up to encourage pity or sympathy. I’m trying to examine and explain it logically and with detachment.