Last reply 3 months ago
Could i try again to stop thinking

I stopped thinking of MS for nearly 2 years not entirely but most of my time
I was getting relapses and get healed in two weeks then get on with life
Now I think about it more often I’ll try not to be obsessed about it
It doesnt deserve it hehe

No seriously I will try my best so maybe I stop writing on here too for a while

Sincerely
Nutshell

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stumbler
3 months ago

@nutshell88 , the Ostrich Strategy (head in the sand) is not recommended. 😉


tammi_roberts
3 months ago

I find it helpful to live day by day! I have MS and have 4 children somedays are complete trainwrecks others are perfect. It’s been 10 years since my diagnosis i have just learn to go with the flow and enjoy each and everyday i can. My kids and i always have back up plans if i get up and cant drive or am in so much pain i can’t function. Even on those days i do somthing i enjoy that i can tolerate with what every ungly symptoms rear there ugly head. You define MS dont let MS define u!


chezy17
3 months ago

Burying your feelings about anything and not talking can actually come back and bite you in the ass. Talking helps get things off your chest, I also live day by day, I don’t plan unless I have to. Sometimes you just have to dig deep and get on with things, for the whole of January I kept thinking about relapsing because that’s what happened last year, I’ve had 2 colds and I’ve thought will it trigger a relapse? I then realised, I have no control over that, got to trust the meds. Life is for living, don’t let it take over as MS doesn’t define who you are, you do! X


nutshell88
3 months ago

@stumbler
@chezy17
@tammi_roberts

I know sometimes its not a great idea
I’ll keep taking Gilenya but will try my best to be less anxious

I’ll try to reduse my MS worries
I dont want my memory after 5 or50 years if i develope spms if i try to remember my thirties all i remember is my MS worries while my relapses are rare now.

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