A Letter A Day… Ruth

Today I’m posting a letter from Ruth. In it, she writes, ‘I had my first episode aged 21, during my third year at University – a period of double vision which was terrifying and for a long time no one could tell me what had caused it.’ Please click on the link below to readContinue reading “A Letter A Day… Ruth”

A Letter A Day… Rebecca

Today I have the privilege of posting Rebecca’s letter. Her powerful letter ends with the following thought: ‘It isn’t a life I would have chosen for myself or for anyone else, but now I’m on this journey, I’ll do all I can to embrace it.’ Please click on the link below to read her story.Continue reading “A Letter A Day… Rebecca”

A Letter A Day… Nicky

It’s week four and today I have the privilege of posting Nicky’s letter. It begins, “Here’s the thing: in September 2010 I decided I had a brain tumour” and ends, “Cheers and let’s kick this disease in the butt, yeah?” Click on the link below to read Nicky’s powerful story of her MS diagnosis. Nicky’s letter

A Letter A Day… L

A few of the folks who wrote to me asked to remain anonymous. I am very grateful that despite their desire for privacy, they were willing to take part in the project. Today’s letter is from L. It eloquently describes a difficult journey to a diagnosis of MS. Please click on the link below to read thisContinue reading “A Letter A Day… L”

A Letter A Day… Liz

Today is day eighteen of thirty-two and I’m delighted to post the letter I received from Liz. In it, she writes, “I don’t think I have much to add to the topic of MS; millions around the world live day to day with this illness and have probably experienced similar steps so my words andContinue reading “A Letter A Day… Liz”