Tag Archives: family and MS

Guest blog: Asking for help

In her latest guest blog Chloe deliberates over ‘over-doing it’ with multiple sclerosis (MS) and how she has learned she has to ask for help… Ah, the havoc kid’s parties can create. Not only is the house a tip afterwards, … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: MS and single parenthood. An unexpected journey.

Our newest guest blogger, Jo, gives a very honest and touching account of  her life with multiple sclerosis (MS) and coping with a devastating loss… I was (provisionally) diagnosed with MS five days before my wedding. I’d been having symptoms … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Remembering Phil

In 2016, Simon Gauge ran the Virgin Money London Marathon for MS-UK. But he really ran it for his brother, Phil. Phil passed away just last month. In this blog, Simon remembers his brother’s courage and quick wit, and shares … Continue reading

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