We've brought together a range of voices from the MS community to talk about aspects of wellbeing and multiple sclerosis.
My MS and my mental health
In his latest blog, Ian Daly speaks candidly about his own experience with depression and urges others to seek help if needed.
Poetry and MS
Poet and teacher Georgi Gill has used her experience with MS to set up the PaMS Study on Poetry and MS, online workshops to explore how we communicate about MS.
How my MS experience shaped my research career
Hannah Morris-Bankole, psychology researcher and PhD student at University of Reading, talks about psychological support in the early days following a diagnosis of MS.
Why I'm raising awareness of MS and mental health
We caught up with Chris Paget to find out why he wanted to launch Milestone, a new initiative to help normalise the conversation around mental health.
MS and mental health: Carla's story
This MS Awareness Week (April 20-26), we’re focusing on MS and mental health, shining the spotlight on the problems that many people with MS, as well as their loved-ones, face and encouraging them to speak up and seek support. Remember, it’s okay not to be okay. Here, Carla King, who lives with MS, shares her experiences and offers some tips for managing mental health symptoms.
Focus on: self-compassion and resilience
Clinical psychologist, Dr Sophie Day, discusses how self-compassion and resilience can help people with MS adjust to living with a long-term condition. She provides some practical strategies which encourage you to be kinder to, and more accepting of, yourself.