Month: February 2013

The Benefit of an Off Day. . .

With my latest goal of being “good enough,” I have found the freedom to pursue my goals without the pressure.  Without having timelines or defined obligations to meet, I find that I still try to get everything done; I just don’t feel as stressed out about it. Perfect example: yesterday at the gym, I had…

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Good Enough

I am a type A person that also suffers from OCD, depression, anxiety, and a weird need (as if it’s possible) to be perfect.  Some of this is genetics, and a lot of it is just symptomatic of having MS. I feel that having these traits helped me a lot in my 20’s, because I…

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Name it. . .

Depression.  This is by far the scariest and most immobilizing symptom of MS I have had to deal with.  It is usually under my control, via by sheer will, tricks and tips I have learned, or medication.  But these things do not always work how they are supposed to.  And once you spiral all the…

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