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Our Blessing…Multiple Sclerosis
     

Our Blessing…Multiple Sclerosis

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by Thom DeMeo
 
I hope you’re perusing through the section of books about Multiple Sclerosis, and now you’re here. It is not my intention to tap dance around sensitive subject material. I won’t pretend that reading Our Blessing… Multiple Sclerosis is going to make you feel better.
I am hoping that reading about some of my thoughts and feelings, you

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I hope you’re perusing through the section of books about Multiple Sclerosis, and now you’re here. It is not my intention to tap dance around sensitive subject material. I won’t pretend that reading Our Blessing… Multiple Sclerosis is going to make you feel better.
I am hoping that reading about some of my thoughts and feelings, you are able to relate to what I have experienced. I want you to see that I truly understand what you are faced with. I want you to laugh a little, and maybe even cry; whatever works for you.
The disease is what it is; you can’t change that. I believe it’s a choice to learn to live well with it. The most important thing to remember is: you are not alone. Don’t fight the battle alone, but be sure your daily decisions about handling life with MS is to always fight the battle.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012874122
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
05/05/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
414 KB

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Our Blessing…Multiple Sclerosis 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
eladyDP More than 1 year ago
It's just like talking to Thom! So full of Life! He opens His life to everyone and shares the life changing events that have lead him and his family to where they are now. An eye opener to those who are not aware of the potential signs in our own lives that could be signals we may want to ask our physicians about or at least make note of.