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Anonymous
2 years ago

@sarahshift – this is beautiful, many thanks to Hannah xx


cameron
2 years ago

I found this very moving. I think we all struggle to find things which are absorbing enough to help us forget the MS, because, as Hannah says, it’s with us every hour of every day. Even more difficult when most of the day has to be spent doing non-absorbing but time-consuming stuff. I need to have something to look forward to… or I risk sliding into unhelpful thoughts. Best wishes to Hannah. xx


potter
2 years ago

Sarah I hope Hannah make the invisible disease visible. I call my MS ” Brain On Fire”. Potter


randymt
2 years ago

@sarahshift Thank you for sharing this 🙂


red-suzuki
2 years ago

……what can i say @sarahshift……..very humbling & right on the mark Hannah…..thank you for sharing your creative & personal time & thoughts with us all. Jx


emz
2 years ago

This was a beautiful film Hannah and sums up MS in a thought provoking way. Thank for sharing this I think it will help many of us to view our MS from a different point of view. x

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