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Old 11-05-2009, 06:51 AM   #4
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Re: Life is changing so fast...

I became a teacher for my sons after my MS returned with a vengeance. Yes, you may need to apply some "brakes" and take the slow lane for a while. You have within you a means to control some of the triggers of MS. There are some triggers you cannot control.

You might need some days of pampering, but you can get through this. This is simply "Phase II" of your life
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