"The more we talk about MS, the more others understand"
There are around 130,000 people living with MS in the UK, each with a different story to tell. Here, in their own words, people with MS share their experiences.
"MS has made me look at my life and think about what's important"
Watch our film to hear the experiences of BBC journalist Caroline Wyatt.
Creating my MS support group helped bring over 600 people together
Amy Thompson, Founder of MS Together, talks about what led her to set up the group and how it has led to new friendships this World Friendship Day.
With a little help from my furry friend
Lisa, who was diagnosed with MS in 2008 tells us about how creativity and a little help from Spud the hamster helped her get through tougher times.
People with MS thoughts on freedom day
From Monday the 19th of July, most covid restrictions have been lifted in England but what are people with MS really feeling about the so called "Freedom day"?
In this article we talk to some people with MS about their feelings, plus we cover what you can do if you are worried about the lifting of restrictions.
Just keep wheeling
Emily, also known as The Wibbly Dinosaur, discusses her feelings on mobility aids and how using a wheelchair provides her with the freedom to continue doing the things she enjoys.
When it has nothing to do with MS.
After over 20 years of living with multiple sclerosis, MS blogger Martin Baum asks what happens when a symptom turns out to be nothing to do with MS after all?
"Transparency is key to allowing us as a family to talk openly about MS"
Father of daughters, Dan talks about life with MS and how transparency has been key when talking to his children about the condition.