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First round of tests

So today’s delight was an optical test to make sure my optical nerves are working properly in conjuncture with my brain.

It’s called a visual evoked potential test. 357 more words

Where I am on my journey......

Welcome to my first post! How exciting!

I’m writing this from Mexico, where I am currently travelling with my boyfriend Charlie. We’ve been away for 4 months now and have just 1 to go. 664 more words

Lemons

This Is My Life, So Don't Call It A Fucking Journey

This isn’t a journey. This is my life. This isn’t a chosen path. It was inflicted upon me.

December 15, 2015, six weeks before my 36th birthday. 1,016 more words

Collective World

NWU Author Interview: Jamieson Wolf

Nothing Without Us is an own-voices, multi-genre collection of short stories where the protagonists identify as disabled, Deaf, neurodiverse, Spoonie, and/or manage mental illness.

Publishing director Nathan Fréchette interviews Jamieson Wolf, author of… 1,495 more words

Anthology

CBD oil - MS kicked its butt this morning.

I have told you many times that I believe CBD oil has led to an increase in my energy level and I still believe that. I’m doing more and I feel more alert. 287 more words

Just Thoughts

Kirkwall's Shops & Businesses Go Orange for MS Awareness Week

William Shearer

William Shearer

Bruce’s Stores

Bruce’s Stores

Ola Gorie

Ola Gorie

K2

K2

You can find out more about the Go Orange campaign here:  57 more words

Culture

Almost 20 Percent Of Multiple Sclerosis Diagnoses Are False, Study Finds

BOSTON (CBS) — Some sobering news for people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis: researchers at Cedars Sinai, UCLA, and the University of Vermont found that nearly one-in-five people diagnosed with MS do not actually have it. 109 more words

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