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But You Look So Good

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‘But you look so good’…. MS & Me blogger Niall McGahon shares his thoughts and reaction on hearing this compliment. “But you look so good….” For some, this expression can be one of the most frustrating things to hear when you have MS.  For me, it is...

Published by Niall McGahon on Thursday July 26 2018 11:12 AM

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Me, Men and MS

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‘Don’t let MS stop you from finding your happily ever after’… This week Ciara O Meara reflects on dating and disclosing her MS when she finally found the one!   Dating is a pure and utter minefield! Your preparation for the field is diligent and precise. You ap...

Published by Ciara O Meara on Thursday July 19 2018 11:17 AM

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Good Days and Bad Days

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This week Robert Joyce discusses the good days and the bad days. Chronic illness invades every part of our lives and it can be so easy to fall into a trap of grieving for what used to be.  Snowflake. I never thought that I would class myself as part of this new category. It is a term that i...

Published by Robert Joyce on Thursday July 12 2018 11:46 AM

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MS and Coeliac Disease

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This week Helen Farrell talks delicious, nutritious food and current food trends. Read on for her take on MS, gluten and the adjustments she (and her family) have to make so she stays healthy and well.  “Gluten! Such a poison” said the man at the café till. “How&rdq...

Published by Helen Farrell on Thursday July 05 2018 11:00 AM

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Daddy, Come Out and Play!

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This week Fergal Hughes writes about watching his children grow up, making the most of quality time and the lessons he’s learned as a father. This is heartfelt, perfect reminder that for parents, often our children are the better teachers. I have two sons and I’m separated. I only ha...

Published by Fergal Hughes on Thursday June 28 2018 11:02 AM

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A Sense of Pride

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This week Emma Rogan writes about Pride. The MS community is a mix of humanity- straight, LGBTI, different ethnicities, cultures and experiences. For Emma, the power of the MS community, the value of being visible and the progress in patient empowerment is worth celebrating.   This article...

Published by Emma Rogan on Monday June 25 2018 02:00 PM

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