Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Caregiving: a word of caution

     As always a word of caution, entries in this journal share our story of living with Multiple Sclerosis as a family for two decades. 

     One person’s case cannot predict or forecast any other person’s specific course of MS.


  1. good point, Patrick.

    (okay, got to ask, how are you doing with your word count goals?)


  2. well duh! sorry i just figured everyone would know that lol i need sleep. is it hot where you are its unbearable here


  3. are so right, I hate it when a doctor tries to fit somone in a   box like the rest of his patients, and that does happen.  I agree, since we are all  dealing with some "dis-ease" of a sort or a caregiver we would know that no two snowflakes are alike!

  4. I think people know this, we're all wonderful individuals, but it's good to know of your family in case something said can trigger a solution or help in a problem they've been experiencing. Rache


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