What I’d tell to my younger self if I could on Multiple experienceS | Yesterday I read a post by MerBear over at knocked over by a…
Dinosaurs, Donkeys and MS!
Last night was a rough night. I was in tremendous pain. Getting comfortable at night these days is almost impossible. The pain and stiffness in my legs have made finding a position to sleep almost zero. When I do finally fall asleep I toss and turn. Between the pain and tossing and turning I only get an average of two to three hours of sleep a night. I’m up usually by 1 am unable to go back to sleep.
That’s not what this post is about though. I’ve become kind of used to this nightly process.
This morning I thought to myself poor Greg! It doesn’t only affect me. It affects his sleep and his day as well.
I toss and turn not only moving the entire bed but most of the time I am unable to turn myself. This means I have to grab him and even wake him…
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The weight I am on Multiple ExperienceS | I battled with my weight my entire life. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1998. My neurologist’s letter…
Source: The weight I am
The word “heal” can take on a whole different meaning when you have a chronic illness.
I remember the first thing they told us at my pain management program was “We are not here to take your pain away. If you could be healed from it, you wouldn’t be here.” The words hit hard, but we all knew it was true. We were there to learn how to live with our symptoms the best way possible.
As a Christian, I believe the Lord can heal anyone. And this isn’t about faith healings, just that God is in control of everything in my life.
So do these two things contradict for me? No, not at all. When people say they are praying for God to heal me, I say for them to pray for God’s will. He never lets anything happen without reason and I believe I…
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