Links

The National MS Society is an excellent source of information, support and news about Multiple Sclerosis.

As is MS Cure Fund, another excellent resource for patients, care givers and anyone with a question or who want to help.

Another agency I couldn’t do without is the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America.

The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation is another agency that is available to provide many services to those struggling with MS.

Erase MS is the website for the Nancy Davis Foundation that I have found wonderfully supportive.   I am sure you will too!

Modern Day MS  is a cool website that helps newly diagnosed MS patients to not feel so alone.

A reader brought this website to my attention and I found it extremely helpful.  Check out Multiple Sclerosis-Answers when you have questions!

For a look at the world of MS from writers, speakers and wellness coaches, MS Station is the place to go!   MS Station

MS Active Source  has helpful coverage of a variety of MS issues.

MS World  is a also a fantastic resource.  This website has an informative component as well as an artistic one.   They have great taste too as they picked some of my work to show on their site!

Can’t believe I have been living with MS for over four years and only recently discovered this great site!  Healthline puts all the online resources you need in your MS journey in one convenient location!

MS Relief is a site designed to help those with chronic illness to live healthy and joy filled lives. In order to help folks laugh, they have a super funny guest blogger-me!

Beliefnet is a Christian inspirational site that has given me several moments of smiles and joy.   I admire their generous use of humor, including Church jokes.   I hope it will inspire you as it has inspired me.

OptimalHealthSeekers.com is a live radio show every hosted by the amazing Trish Robichaud and is designed to help people with chronic illness be inspired and empowered.

WEGO Health is an online community designed to support various health activists  and members of the healthcare network.   They are not only a great agency, but they/you have nominated me for four awards!

My friend Stu is great at keeping all of us posted with what is going on all over the MS world.  Check out his website-  MS News and Views.

MS Lifelines, sponsored by  EMD Serono Inc. and Pfizer Inc. has just designed an awesome website to help those newly diagnosed.  It’s called My Strength and it’s super helpful.

Many awesome bloggers are writing about MS on MultipleSclerosis.net

Are you looking to read about other awesome people living with MS to like to blog about it?  If so, here are some other blogs I love to follow!

Matt Cavallo

Dan and Jennifer Digmann

Bean’s Blog

My Odd Sock

A Short in the Cord

The MS adventures of Ms Crankypants

My New Normals

Jodi Bean’s Blog

Limping into the Light

ActiveMSers

Inside My Story

Brass and Ivory: Life with MS and RA

Just Only Judy

Managing MS

TeamFUMS

MS Fitness Challenge

Ms Lisa Says

Jon Chandonnet.com

MSsymptoms.me

The Wheelchair Kamikaze

These are just a few helpful places on the web where I have spent some time.  If anyone has any other suggestions for sites that are MS helpful and/or tastefully humorous, please let me know.

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