Just checking in – life’s too full for long and detailed updates! Continue reading “Three weeks later”
I did it! Continue reading “Snowdon accomplished!”
It’s been on my bucket list for a good while and this year, the year when I decide to start doing some actual proper exercise and actually follow through and actually do it… This year was meant to be my year. To be fair, last year was also meant to be my year but the Great Fatigue Relapse of 2016 put paid to that idea. So is the Great Foot Drop Relapse of 2017 going to put paid to things this year? Continue reading “Snowdon”
This is Part 2 of Finding the Why.
The previous post talked about why I chose alemtuzumab treatment, and what I hoped to gain from it in terms of long term and (with hope and optimism rather than expectation) short term health benefits.
But just as important is to focus on why those health benefits matter to me. Why does it matter if I have a bunch more relapses? Why does it matter if I can keep on walking well, or if I just toddle around as best I can? Wouldn’t that be good enough? Couldn’t I just live with whatever MS has in store for me? People do. Continue reading “Why the “why”?”
I saw something recently about the mental attitude needed to embark on a long-haul battle – whether that be the long old journey that is Lemtrada, or another long old journey like re-learning to walk after a killer relapse.
Focus on the why. Continue reading “Finding the “Why””