Hold on to hope

I am about to finish a book about living well with Multiple sclerosis. It will hit the stores in summer 2017.

I was diagnosed in March 2016 with secondary progressive MS. I have probably had MS since my early twenties, and now I am in my fourties.

When I was diagnosed, I was pulled down by negativity from the health care services and welfare state. It took a long time to find out that one third of all MS patients will live well with their illness.

Some people are really sick from their MS, and I support them strongly. But not all of us will need lots of health care services. This coming book is for you who think you might be able keep your job, stay on your feet, and in general keep your good mental health.

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