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stumbler
2 months ago

@neil123walker , anger is an understandable emotion, as is pity.

Both have a place in our lives, but don’t dwell on these negative emotions, when constructive emotions elicit better rewards.


ralee
2 months ago

The emotion of wanting to self destruct and literally implode with rage because i’ve always been protective over people and I hate bullies and yet I can’t even protect myself, I haven’t got a physical target to hurt and give pay back to. And the sad reality is my own body is doing it to itself. Just fuming, furious, and fed up.

I hate that anyone directly or indirectly has to go through this!

And one thing that really annoys me is when someone says, ‘oh MS isn’t the same disease it was 20 years ago’ like thats supposed to make anyone feel better. Like the DMTs are going to 100% work, it’s all a gamble, and you will never know if it has worked or did you just get lucky. We aren’t any closer to stopping it or thats at least thats the way I feel.

Had enough of it and I’ve only had it for a couple years, and I feel for the long term sufferers and wish there was a way I could reverse it for them.

Always lived a karma style life to get this in return… F**K you, you piece of S**T MS Monster, you are just a cowardly soulless pathetic excuse of a bully!


vixen
2 months ago

I’ve only had it a few years too and can describe it in one word. Relentless. Actually, two words, ******* relentless.


guinness
2 months ago

@stumbler could not have put it better myself.


neil123walker
2 months ago

Thanks everyone, I want to say I’m glad it’s not just me, but that sounds really selfish and I honestly don’t mean it like that. Just feels better that others can relate to want we are all going through. Thanks again everyone, feels better just to get it out πŸ‘


rob_woodhouse
2 months ago

Hi all I feel exactly the same an unbelievable amount of rage because this illness has stopped me being the hard working take care and the ability to protect my family it’s hard when you go from being the boss at work to not being able to walking I despise what ms has turned me into I’m 38 but feel like an old man


amelialily
2 months ago

I hate it!..i would give anything to reverse it to take it away!..i take my hat of to the people who say they wouldn’t change a thing. I worry about the future it makes me angry😣


neil123walker
1 month ago

Thank you so much for taking the time to put in to words everyone, I have the same feeling as you all and would do anything to be able to reverse it for everyone


chezy17
1 month ago

πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ…I actually feel at peace with it all, probably not what people want to hear but I did my grieving when I got my diagnosis but I was also going through a separation because of it. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows cos I’m tired and achy at times but I think honestly, it hasn’t stopped me from living my life, I hope it continues that way. I don’t want to be angry so I choose to be positive but that’s how I deal with it.
Second year of uni hear I come πŸ’ͺ🏻!


chezy17
1 month ago

Here πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


vixen
1 month ago

@chezy17, will that be remote learning initially!?Good luck with Yr 2! πŸ™‚


chezy17
1 month ago

Yes, I’m doing it through the OU, I’m still working, well I will be when we go back in September. We have the option to go to day schools but I guess they won’t happen until it all settles down again πŸ˜„. Thank you, I’m looking forward to it, it will keep me occupied with everything going on in the world ☺️.

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