Many have asked why this site is called MS Survivors and I have thought that I should provide an explanation.  I created this website name because I have fought hard to get my mind and body back to health. In that sense I considered it surviving.  Surviving from what – to be honest I was not sure.  From what I had heard and read was that I could experience many more difficulties than I currently have to deal with, with in fact is next to none for years.

It is definitely not easy nor did it go away.  I had to work at it day and night, make a full lifestyle change and DO IT FULL OUT. This is the biggest reason why I am good today.  I have good control over my eating habits and following an anti-inflammatory method for the majority of the time.  I also exercise regularly, as I have found that if you do not move muscles nor keep blood circulation good – you will start to experience weakness and maybe no use of them as well.  The biggest change is POSITIVE MINDSET.

If there is one medicine that I think is key, it is this.  For you to get beaten down and have to come up with a different solution, it is one of the hardest things in life to do.  To make decisions like these you need to think in just Problem -> Solution.  You must keep emotion out of it no matter how hard it is to make the choice.  Trust me on this as I have been living and working like this for 10 years and to be able to process challenges and opportunities the same way has made my life very easy now.  I can not believe that I did not make me change sooner, in my case I needed the power of an MS Attack to do it for me and I decided to fight back…

What is an MS Survivor?

4 thoughts on “What is an MS Survivor?

  • April 8, 2018 at 6:59 pm
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    You’re a great inspiration! Keep on surviving!

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    • October 31, 2019 at 10:07 pm
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      Thank you so much for the kind words. I have posted my first talk on my site now. Have a look 🙂

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  • September 21, 2019 at 7:32 pm
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    I was diagnosed with ms 20 years ago. Mayo Clinic told me that a b vitamin deficiency mimics ms. Or ms mimics a b vitamin deficiency. I am doing great taking an vitamin each day

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    • October 31, 2019 at 10:06 pm
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      That is great news Jim! I am very happy that you shared that. 🙂

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