I believe everything happens for a reason. MS is just a new life, a new journey
I AM a strong person.
I CAN continue to accomplish so much more...
I WILL live life and become a whole person and be who I am meant to be.
I've had MS since 1984 & want others to know there is hope
I AM a courageous, creative and loving child of God.
I CAN continue to live my life as full as I want in spite its progression.
I WILL continue to defy the "statistics."
Susan H. Pellecier/Brown
I was diagnosed in 1988.
I AM a grateful, and blessed mom, fiance & grandma!!
I CAN do anything I put my mind to.
I WILL be the best I can be!
Michael B. Gerber
I want to offer others living with MS a positive perspective. We cannot control our MS. But what we can control is our attitude.
I AM a fully functioning, alive, caring and grateful human being. I am not disabled and I do live with a disability.
I CAN think, feel and care. I can make choices every minute of every day that will ensure my happiness and motivate others.
I WILL exercise my influence over this disease every single day, and that is how I will know that I am winning.
I got diagnosed in 2006 and fired from my job. I've been fighting to maintain since. Just had a son and care for him myself.
I AM strong and far more than my MS.
I CAN find new, better ways of living and be an inspiration to others.
I WILL realize what is possible living with MS.
I promise to live my life in the best way.
I AM strong.
I CAN challenge the difficulties whatever it is.
I WILL live my life in a positive way.
I am 24-years-old girl.
I AM strong, fine, optimistic, with MS.
I CAN embrace my MS as a challenge in my life.
I WILL realize that my life will be better if I live it in a positive way, even though I have MS.
I have lived with my MS for over 13 years.
I AM so, so much more than my MS. Where do I start?
I CAN help people keep moving by doing warm water exercises when possible or ZUMBA in the water because it's too hard on land.
I WILL know that I can help people live comfortably, even if they have a painful chronic disease.
I am a 28-year-old woman, diagnosed for 10 years.
I AM way more than my MS, and I will not stop until I make my dreams happen.
I CAN see that I am much more than the MS.
I WILL make my dreams happen. I WILL follow my passions and let NOTHING stand in my way.
I am a 52-year-old man with R &R MS. I've had it 8 years, and have lost 165 lbs. I'm winning the battle.
I AM a CAN DO Program grad. And what I learned is I AM in charge of my life and health.
I CAN and will continue to be an MS advocate, volunteer,and source of inspiration and knowledge.
I WILL make a difference in MS patients lives. I WILL continue to fight the fight for myself and others. Failure is no option.