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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


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


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



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


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