If you’re living with relapsing MS, nothing beats hearing from people who understand what you’re going through.
Here, you can read some of the best stories collected from MS LifeLines newsletters featuring advice and firsthand experiences from ambassadors, care partners, healthcare providers, and more.
As a care partner, Duane D. has a unique point of view on how people living with MS and their care partners can work better together.
Two women living with relapsing MS talk about how they’ve handled some of the issues that come up when you’re single and in the dating scene.
An MS LifeLines Nurse discusses the importance of talking about intimacy issues with your partner and your healthcare provider.
As a new dad, Bob thought the worst when he received his MS diagnosis. But his wife helped him put things in perspective and start living in the now.
The second article in this series shares some ideas about helping kids understand MS and not be scared.
With four kids at home, MS LifeLines Ambassador Julie W. has learned a few things about how not to stress out during the holiday season.
One MS LifeLines Ambassador learned that sometimes taking care of yourself starts with giving yourself permission to say one small word: no.
A neurologist and an MS LifeLines Ambassador discuss some of the challenges that are unique to men living with MS.
Adjusting to life with MS can sometimes be tough. An MS LifeLines Nurse shares some strategies she’s learned that may make it a little easier.
MS LifeLines Ambassador Heidi S. discusses how she reshuffled her priorities to put health and family first.
An MS LifeLines Nurse discusses a few of the unexpected lessons she’s learned from the people she meets who are living with relapsing MS.
An MS LifeLines Ambassador shares some care partner tips she’s learned from helping her husband live with relapsing MS.
The first in a series of articles that help answer a big question on the minds of many families...how do you speak to kids about MS?
Learn from other people’s experiences with these six commonsense tips for having a successful visit with your healthcare provider.
Thinking about calling the Peer Connection Program? This article explains what happens when you call and how it may help.
Two MS LifeLines Nurses talk about what happens at live events and why people living with MS and their care partners find them inspiring.
Randall T. Schapiro, MD, FAAN, addresses four key facts about flare-ups that may help your understanding of relapsing MS and treatment.
Two MS LifeLines Nurses answer some of the most common questions they receive at the MS LifeLines Call Center.