Guest Posts

If you have a burning desire to write a guest post for my website then that would be fantastic and much appreciated. I’m looking for articles of about 500 words where you write on an aspect of your MS. You might want to write about a single incident or how MS is affecting you in the long term.

If you have your own blog site or website then I will happily give that a mention in the biography.

I do have one simple request; make sure that you end your post on a positive note.

I look forward to hearing from you

It all began 38 years ago in 1981

It all began 38 years ago in 1981

I was 19 and I started to experience numbness and pins and needles in my fingertips. It all began 38 years ago in 1981. The doctors suspected a trapped nerve in my shoulder, because I carry a heavy portfolio at work. I was an artist’s agent working in advertising for a leading creative agency company […]

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Ways to Help Cope with an MS Diagnosis

Ways to Help Cope with an MS Diagnosis

A guest post from Dizzy and the Dinosaurs. You can visit the blog at dinosaursdonkeysandms.com Ways to Help Cope with an MS Diagnosis It was nearly four years ago that I was diagnosed with MS. And for me it was rather a shock. Before I started acquiring my weird collection of symptoms (have buzzy feet, seeing […]

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My amazing Travelscoot and true independence

My amazing Travelscoot and true independence

Guest post written by Abgail Budd.  I finally accepted my need for wheels in 2014, six years after my diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. I’d been spending time with local people who also suffer from MS. I had struggled with 2 walking sticks but I would miss out on so much due to sheer exhaustion and […]

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It’s not your MS, it’s ours

It’s not your MS, it’s ours

Alastair Hignell is a patron of the Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre (MSRC).  For further information about him please refer to Wiki Alastair_Hignell Below is his article. ‘It’s not your MS, it’s ours’ The best thing anybody’s ever said to me, bar none. The speaker was my wife Jeannie, seconds after I had broken the news […]

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