Can Do Promises
I have MS
I AM better than my MS.
I CAN get through my MS.
I WILL beat MS.
I am a mom, a daughter, aunti, sister, wife, and photographer.
I AM more than my MS! I AM a photographer for over 30 years. It's what I do and I'm good, too.
I CAN do just about anything with a picture, just tell me your fantasy and I'll create it.
I WILL keep my passion for photography/editing/creating, but I will continue to spread MS awareness as a passion, too.
I am 51, single woman entrepreneur who was on her own at 15.
I AM more than MS because I have been an independent woman all my life & I can continue to be as I learn to adapt & embrace MS.
I CAN live to adapt with the new tools and resources that have entered and continue to enter my life.
I WILL continue to carry and see the passion and purpose I have seen, felt and shared in all I do and have given.
Diagnosed with MS in 1995, SX since 1985.Obese since 1960.
I AM person who lost 38 pounds in just over a year with Weight Watchers in spite of limited mobility.
I CAN walk stairs now, walk 3 miles or 5000 steps in a day, play with my dog, garden, have a better life.
I WILL keep my weight off and be no more than overweight, never again obese or morbidly obese.
Because MS does not define me.
I AM a powerful strong and beautiful woman.
I CAN move beyond these symptoms and push for every day to be my best one.
I WILL succeed professionally and personally. And MS won't stand in my way.
I have MS it doesn't have me!
I AM a strong, independent, happy person and MS will not change that!
I CAN live with MS one day at a time and have a great life!!
I WILL not let MS decide how i will live my life. I will decide that!!
I have MS.
I AM strong and independent.
I CAN enjoy life.
I WILL help others with MS.
I was diagnosed with MS in 2013, two weeks after my 31st birthday. I relapsed and it affected the right side of my body.
I AM more then MS, I don't live with MS, MS lives with ME!
I CAN inspire.
I WILL inspire and I WILL beat this. I won't let it beat ME.
I was temporarily out, but I came back because I am not a quitter.
I AM so much more than my MS, I will not let it define me.
I CAN do a lot more than I thought with my newfound strength and determination.
I WILL be constantly thankful that I have gotten this far because of hope and love. I will never let MS wear me down or beat me.
MS since 1991 and am now secondary progressive. I have spent too much time being depressed, and I want to change my outlook.
I AM a child of God, and MS isn't me; it is just a "speed bump" in the highway of my life.
I CAN do everything but walk well, and those other things are more important to me.
I WILL concentrate on the possibilities and the positivities in my life.