Can Do Promises
I get it thanks to Jimmie Heuga.
I AM a great husband.
I CAN always speak about my MS.
I WILL realize that MS is not my whole life.
I have a 55-year-old male and had MS for 16 years and I have the can-do attitude am in a wheelchair full-time, but I can do it.
I AM a strong powerful, successful, inspired, child of God in which there are no barriers.
I CAN push forward, create and establish my own identity.
I WILL accomplish my goals if I choose to have the can-do attitude. "I can do" anything I choose to do.
MS has been a part of my life since 1984 when I was 17 and the same year this organization started.
I AM a chemical engineer (Master's degree) working full time in the biotech industry. I am not my MS.
I CAN be adventurous and practice Tai Chi.
I WILL travel the world (four continents to go including Australia).
CAN DO Program participant, living with MS
I AM the best me I know how to be.
I CAN do anything I set my mind to.
I WILL never give up or allow myself to feel defeated by MS.
25 yr post diagnosis chronic progressive. 1991 JH taught me to live beyond my MS.
living today for 2 tomorrows.
help others smooth the path before them
always respect my wonderful care givers.
Because I want to help others like myself not make my mistakes.
I AM bigger the MS itself.
I CAN survive anything put in front of me.
I WILL never give up.
I have just been diagnosed. I have and will continue to fight through all of lifes challenges.
I AM proud to be me.
I CAN never give up.
I WILL contiue to live just like before only better.
I was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS on May 23, 2001.
I AM a wonderful mother and teacher to my daughter. I AM also a great wife to my husband, Tom.
I CAN succeed with educating individuals in spite of my MS.
I WILL follow the plan that God has in store for me.
If I make the world so it is completely accessible, then future generations will be happy and free to save the world.
I AM an advocate for access in all parts of life.
I CAN not be stopped by barriers.
I WILL live until my last breath. I will be happy in my journey.
51 years old and mother of three
I AM new to MS by just one year.
I CAN stay healthy and keep a good spirit.
I WILL always seek the truth about what is happening to me.