Today’s letter is from Elizabeth June. In it, she describes her diagnosis journey and praises the great support she has received from the Revive Centre in Glasgow. Please click on the link below to read her letter.
It’s day thirteen and today I’m posting a letter from mum of three, Joanne. She was diagnosed in February 2007 and writes, “I don’t know what the future holds for me, I only know that every day is a blessing and I don’t take anything for granted.” Please click on the link below to read Joanne’s letter.
Today I’m posting a powerful letter from John. In it, he writes, “That day, a grey Tuesday in a grey September, lasted longer than any day I can remember. As prepared as I was for bad news, the diagnosis was still, on some level, shocking.” Please click on the link below to read this moving letter.
It’s day eleven and today I’m posting another letter from someone called Jenny. This Jenny, however, is not from New Zealand; she’s from the Netherlands. Her journey to being diagnosed with MS was a frightening one, with a doctor first telling her that her symptoms were as a result of metastasised tumours in her brain. Please click on the link below to read Jenny’s letter.
Today’s letter is from Jenny in New Zealand. In it, she exposes the lack of skill some in the medical profession have when dealing with the difficult task of telling someone they have MS. However, her letter is also incredibly positive and demonstrates her great strength of character. Please click on the link below to read her story.
It’s day nine and today I’m posting Emily’s letter. She was only 19 when she was diagnosed with MS last year. In her letter she describes the journey to diagnosis and the positive way she is dealing with the challenges MS has brought into her life. She ends with these encouraging words, “Don’t lose hope; you never know what tomorrow may bring”. Please click on the link below to read Emily’s uplifting letter.
We’re now into week two of ‘A Letter A Day’ and today I’m posting a letter from Elaine. Remarkably, she was diagnosed with MS less than a year after her partner. Please click on the link below to read her compelling diagnosis story.
It’s day seven of ‘A Letter A Day’ and today I have the privilege of posting Denise’s hard-hitting letter. I only wish it could be standard reading for future GPs and neurologists. Please click on the link below to read it.
Denise recently completed the Great Scottish Swim to raise money for the MS Society’s ‘I challenge MS’ campaign and is due to run a half marathon in October. If you’d like to support her inspirational fundraising efforts, please visit Denise’s JustGiving page.
Today’s letter is from Craig. In it, he describes not only the painful journey that led him to a diagnosis of MS but also the way he’s taken control his life and ownership of the disease. Please click on the link below to read this insightful and inspirational letter.
It’s day five and today I’m posting Carla’s letter. Please click on the link below to read it. I warn you now, her positivity is infectious. 🙂