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accepting my new normal on the bike trail  //  

acknowledging the advances of a disability on the tennis court  // 

an interview with an ice hockey star with MS  // a public thank you

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Letting People Pass

Riding my trike, it was thrilling to take in all the scenery that was passing me by… uh, quite literally passing me by. Speed was irrelevant. “On your left” was the repeated refrain—and I did not care. I finally was cycling again… with my wife, outside, on a brilliant day.

3 min read

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Accepting the Advances of MS

Novelist Jane Bow was diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis at 56. How did she make peace? By accepting her condition. Surrendering herself to the moment. And by channeling energy—the energy of the sun—to play a sport she loves: tennis.

4 min read

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An Interview with NHL Star Brian Bickell

I interviewed NHL star Bryan Bickell, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at age 31. After winning three Stanley Cups, Bryan is adjusting to his newest challenge: accepting the diagnosis that forced him to retire from ice hockey.

11:27 min

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Thank You For Accepting Me

Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2006, I’ve had help from hundreds, more like thousands of people. Every day I can point to individuals who have made my life just a little bit easier with this disease. Who accept me for who I am. Let’s just say I am more than a little grateful.

4 min read

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  • One of the key tricks to staying motivated in your exercise routine is to stop comparing yourself to others, especially the “old you.” [BLOG]

  • I had determined that kayaking with MS was unwise until disaster struck: I started kayaking. And I discovered that failure is indeed an option [BLOG]

  • When a surfer got caught too low in the barrel of a wave, instantly his life turned upside down—a story of resilience [BLOG]


  • One trick I learned about coping with MS: channel your inner superhero [VIDEO]

  • People keep pushing us to fight-fight-fight MS, but maybe the best course is to dance with it [VIDEO]

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