Deborah Does Navel-Gazing


This blogger attempts to put her English BA to good use by composing thoughtful posts on MS. She also hand-holds those new to the disease with gently dispersed info.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis


This pre-med college student has already identified her medical specialty as the treatment of MS. She fields info on the latest news and red herrings for MS cures here.

The Gifts of MS


Robert remarkably regards his MS experience as one not just strewn with problems but also gilded with treasures. His musical background contributes to a lyrical writing style.

Today's prescription
by Robert Parker over 2 years ago
Go for the gold
by Robert Parker over 2 years ago



When not writing about MS, this blogger makes soy candles and waxes pensive about her divorce to her child's dad. There's a slight stream-of-consciousness bent to her writing.

Enjoying the Ride


This blogger struggles with primary progressive MS and is wheelchair-bound, but still finds time to smile abundantly. Each post offers readers lessons in capturing peace.

by Enjoying the Ride over 4 years ago
My Old Life
by Enjoying the Ride over 4 years ago

Ghosting is Taking Control


Miranda has to fight not only MS but also depression from day to day. Her posts work as platforms to help her handle these issues, as well as her recent weight gain.

Halt Stop Forget Relax


Webster, married for more than two decades, writes about her recent restriction to walkers and crutches here. The bitch-and-moan tone here seems cathartic for her.

I Was One of the Lucky Ones - Part II
by Webster over 2 years ago
I Was One of the Lucky Ones, Part I
by Webster over 2 years ago

Healing Through Multiple Sclerosis


Cathy attempts to steer the dialogue of disease away from a black-or-white sensibility. She also helps fellow MS sufferers to find ways toward healthfulness.

HotchPotch Ehhh??


This blogger proves that MS sufferers can revive cliches like "seize the day" out of sheer necessity. The randomness of the posts reflects her bent toward creativity.

Small Country, Big Heart
by Andaje over 2 years ago
Shall We Dance?
by Andaje over 2 years ago

Howling at the Moon


This Seattle-based writer discusses her fleet of rescued racing dogs when not relating her MS affliction. She also talks about the latest in assistive technologies.

Just so You Know
by zoomdoggies over 4 years ago
Surprise Yourself
by zoomdoggies over 4 years ago

It Is No Bad Thing To Celebrate A Simple Life


Blogger Pam teaches her readers about the fine art of living a simple life when suckerpunched by illness. She specifies her affliction as secondary progressive MS.

Out with 2013, in with 2014!
by Pam Pensiero over 4 years ago

Jodi Bean's Blog


Red Sox fan, martini lover, and social worker Jodi chooses to sidestep mentioning her MS for as long as possible. When she gets to it, her thoughts are brilliantly thoughtful.

Ella's 7th Birthday
by Jodi over 2 years ago
Let The Vacation Recap Begin. . .
by Jodi over 2 years ago

Jughead's Baltimore Blog


This nearly 50-year-old father is sick of having multiple sclerosis put a damper in his sociable nature. Posts like pain management and Reno bowling often elbow each other.

Thinking Of Intrathecal Methotrexate, Screened In Porch
by awb almost 4 years ago
Wheelchair Accessible, Steps Are A Problem
by awb almost 4 years ago

Just My Thoughts


This thirtysomething composes this honest and compelling blog to assist the journey of someone else out there also afflicted. She emphasizes the disease's horrid effects on loved ones.

Five Years with Multiple Sclerosis
by Mis almost 5 years ago
Per your requests...
by Mis almost 5 years ago

Life In Spite of MS


This blog emphatically proves that sumptuous living can still take place in the face of MS. It advertises the ample knowledge readers glean here as the necessary power for that aim.

Living with Ms
over 2 years ago
over 2 years ago

Taming Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis Blog


There may not yet be a cure, but this blog shows how MS tendencies can be muffled with some elbow grease. Both traditional and alternative treatments are recommended here.

Peace Be With You


With her daily Haiku poems, this MSer gives us the insight of all feelings involved, when one is diagnosed with MS. It gives the MSers' the feeling of not being along with worries and also the ability to share good moments. Regardless on how much the individual MSer is affected by the MS there is lots of inspiration to gain from her poems understanding some of the aspects involved with the MS.

Leaving for a While
by Judy at Peace Be With You almost 3 years ago
What a Difference a Friend Makes
by Judy at Peace Be With You almost 3 years ago

wobbly teetering blogging


Things you don't notice are much better to have working, until the shoe is not on the other foot: wobbbly teetering accessorising for the zeitgeist: crutches, stix, rollators, tots ridic footwear, surer footed numbers, a lil for wheelchairs, even the odd exoskeleton...

pleasure and pain: no saccharine
by noreply@blogger.com (Che koala) over 4 years ago
by noreply@blogger.com (Che koala) over 4 years ago



Michelle has decided that too much of her time has been spent trying to figure out how to live against this disease. It’s time now to learn to live with it. Michelle's blog deals not only with MS but more specifically with living as a lesbian with MS. Mind you, Michelle has no idea whether she has anything useful or interesting to say but she figures that if she's a bore you’ll simply stop reading and go on about your merry way.

by profspazz over 2 years ago
Morning (A Prose Poem)
by profspazz over 2 years ago

MS with a Southern accent


Living with this relapsing-remitting MS is the primary subject matter of my blog. But I'm more than my diagnosis, so my blog also reflects my interest in writing, music, gardening, and life in the Deep South.

Gluten-free diet starting to grow on me
by Jane Newton Henry over 2 years ago
Not yet out of the woods
by Jane Newton Henry almost 3 years ago

Hello, Beautiful!


A blog designed for women with MS. It has everything from medical tips to recipes and MS-friendly exercises!