My Story: A Personal Journey

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Xlibris Corporation, Sep 27, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 176 pages
My Story: A Personal Journey tells a sometimes humorous tale, conveying how we drew strength from one another to live productive lives despite some trying times along the way. Three sons, numerous pets and several moves combine to lend a light-hearted view of a devastating illness. Much of the published information about Multiple Sclerosis does not touch on the human dynamics of the disease. I hope that by reading my experiences, those who are recently diagnosed will come away with a new vision of dealing with Multiple Sclerosis.
 

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Contents

Chapter TwentyFive
90
Chapter TwentySix
92
Chapter TwentySeven
95
Chapter TwentyEight
98
Chapter TwentyNine
101
Chapter Thirty
106
Chapter ThirtyOne
109
Chapter ThirtyTwo
113

Chapter Six
30
Chapter Seven
33
Chapter Eight
36
Chapter Nine
41
Chapter Ten
45
Chapter Eleven
48
Chapter Twelve
50
Chapter Thirteen
54
Chapter Fourteen
57
Chapter fifteen
60
Chapter Sixteen
64
Chapter Seventeen
66
Chapter Eighteen
69
Chapter Nineteen
72
Chapter Twenty
76
Chapter TwentyOne
79
Chapter TwentyTwo
81
Chapter TwentyThree
83
Chapter TwentyFour
88
Chapter ThirtyThree
119
Chapter ThirtyFour
122
Chapter ThirtyFive
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Chapter ThirtySix
127
Chapter ThirtySeven
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Chapter ThirtyEight
132
Chapter ThirtyNine
135
Chapter Forty
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Chapter FortyOne
139
Chapter FortyTwo
147
Chapter Fortythree
153
Chapter FortyFour
156
Chapter Fortyfive
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Chapter FortySix
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Chapter Fortyseven
163
Chapter Fortyeight
166
Chapter Fortynine
170
Epilogue
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About the author (2011)

I was diagnosed with MS in 1987. Since that time, many have asked me about my illness and I have shared numerous stories about the challenges that I faced with this disease. When my son created “The Team 24/Seven” Foundation in honor of the twenty-fourth anniversary of my diagnosis, I decided that it was time to compile our many experiences as a family who learned to cope with the day-to-day challenges of MS.

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