In part one of this discussion I talked about the journey through Motor Neurone Disease with Stacy. The acute and global tasks that all demanded urgent attention, and the realisation that I was not capable of changing everything in life. 1,029 more words
When you refer to “a class of xx” we often think of reunions, happy times and common bonds.
Well in my case I consider myself in this class for my “classmates” living with motor neurone since 2011, when my first symptoms occurred. 148 more words
A few months ago my father-in-law was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Diesease. Also know as ALS, this disease is particularly cruel – striking at random, robbing sufferers of control of their own body and there’s nothing you can do to stop it. 1,645 more words