An MS diagnosis might feel scary and overwhelming, but remember, you're not alone. Find out how other people have come to terms with their diagnosis.
My search for MS support while studying for a PhD
Laura is studying a PhD in Cancer Genomics and was diagnosed with MS in September 2020 following multiple hospital admissions. Here, Laura talks about how this affected her mental health and what more could be done to support other students going through the same thing.
Talking to your kids about MS
Talking to your kids about MS can be daunting. In this blog Chris Wallace and his family tell how they have dealt with this together.
Letisha's story: Work and MS
Recently diagnosed with MS, Letisha Charles-Thomas talks about how her diagnosis affected her search for a new job.
Letisha's diagnosis story
Letisha Charles-Thomas received a diagnosis of relapsing remitting MS after months of tests and appointments, and talks about how the process and diagnosis has changed her life.
MS was my wake-up call to start living life to the full
Lauren was diagnosed with MS in June last year. Here she shares how MS was the wake-up call she needed to start living life to the full - and to write her first book!
Being diagnosed with MS during lockdown
Receiving a diagnosis of MS is never easy. Getting your head around the news that you’ve got a lifelong condition can leave you feeling a whole range of powerful emotions and it will take time for you to work through these feelings in your own time, and in your own way. But being told you have MS in these extraordinary times could mean a whole new level of uncertainty and worry to deal with. We hear the experiences of people who have been diagnosed with MS during lockdown, and share some tips to help.