Last reply 6 months ago
The New Normal.

Well life isn’t what it ise to be living with MS. This is the 4th big flair up leaving me unable to walk at all. I take cbd for the pain and I have to admit it works. I have clarity and less brain fog. My life isn’t over its just a new normal and learning to do things differently and somedays a lot slower. Still grateful to have the loving support of family and friends. So on bad days this is what I try and focus on. Ty 4 listening.

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7 months ago

We’re very good at listening! Weve all got the beast or have a very close relative or friend with it. We’re battling in our own way but the exchange of ideas and practicalitis all help. Keep posting😜😍

7 months ago

Hello @patricia_neary and welcome. I think one of the things that having MS does for most of us is that it does let us see and be thankful for small blessings. At first, I put a lot of effort into trying to find and understand the new normal. When I stopped thinking about it, I realised I’d found it!

7 months ago

If I may ask are you RRMS
Or no
What did neurologist say about your latest relapse
I hope you recover from it soon

I knew the feeling on the new normal after I woke up that day years ago and felt my legs more tired than before I sleep
Felt its the new normal and I cried

6 months ago

I was diagnosed with RRMS in 2001. Each flare becomes worse. My legs are weak and my eyesight is deteriorating fast. The bright side…I still have a sense of humor especially when I prematurely pee myself. I just laugh now. I use to cry my eyes out. Today wasn’t an easy day and yet I’m ok. I had so much planned for my day. MS said NOPE NOT TODAY CHICKY. Accepting is the key. I don’t have to like these days. I just have to allow myself to have these days.

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