Dexter 14/12/14
Last reply 3 years ago
Realistic not pesimistic

Do not know how to feel and I have been procrastinating because of it. need advice.

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stumbler
3 years ago

@Dexter, we are all capable of procrastinating, or sticking our head in the sand.

Unfortunately, MS doesn’t look like it’s going to go away anytime soon. So we have to try and accept it as part of who we are, manage it as best we can and get on with our life.

Your topic heading of “realistic, not pessimistic” is a great positive attitude. So, what kind of advice are you requiring?


aussiekylie
3 years ago

@Dexter I think that being realistic about ms is being informed and making decisions based on credible information. You can then make positive choices such as diet & lifestyle that can improve your situation. Being pessimistic is ignoring all the positive stories out there and not giving yourself a chance to try to improve your situation. It’s a balancing act but the more we practice looking for the positives, the more positives we will see. Keep your chin up


Dexter
3 years ago

Thank you


qaatsi03
3 years ago

@Dexter, hi Bro, as the actor/comedian Richie Pryor once said MS is just ‘More S***’; but on the + side it is more treatable and manageable these days and with luck you be fit enough to benefit from a full cure when it comes along. In the mean time, keep fit, but do not to overdo it, always keep something in reserve (you’ll need it), otherwise make the most of it while you still have it. Take our vitamin D3 , dont waste time making enemies [let them do all the hard work!]

Montel puts it better, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpmKTMObICE alternatively https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vMKVU3I-WE

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