When I was diagnosed with ms, I felt I was given the OK to begin the new part of my life, that it was now OK for me to concentrate on living the life I wanted to live.
Now, four years after I was diagnosed with MS, I’m living a life that is interesting, satisfying, rewarding and fun. If I were to die tomorrow, I would go knowing I had been living a good life in many meanings of the word ‘good’.
My life is good for me, I help other people, I give back to the community that in live in, and the broader community of people I’ve connected with. As I wrote at the end of this article, Life goes on.