However, that’s easier to say it than it is actually dealing with it.
I’ve had many people/friends comment about my marriage to my husband, saying how we’re so strong and committed and they want a relationship like us.
Even after getting shrugs and smiles, and comforting or positive words, I find that it’s helping me become stronger and more accepting of my condition.
Marriage and/or relationships while living with MS is something I hear about often, so I wanted to touch base on it a bit.
Even though I’m in my late 20’s, I have been married since I was 18.
That was five years ago and we are still dating at this time. It was early June that you were scratching my back and I noted a difference on how my shoulder felt. I honestly don’t remember, did I say anything to you about that at the time?
I’ve invited Rob to share his perspective and experience with us today, to discuss how MS has affected our lives and our relationship. I don’t recall that you mentioned anything at that time.
This newlifeoutlook video explores dating when you have multiple sclerosis.