From The Blog
Laura Kolaczkowski WANTS YOU! Read her post about the importance of activism & joining iConquerMS.read more
Meet Marcus – A true Renaissance man from California & an advocate for MSread more
Tip #3 A few years ago I saw an interview with one of my favorite TV anchors, Miles O'Brien talking about the accident that ended up with an amputation of his arm. He mentioned a Dycem non-slip pad that helps him with tasks. I ordered one because sometimes my grip is...read more
Nancy’s Pinterest Tip #2read more
I love MSpals. I bet you do too! Or you would if you were more involved. We are everywhere!read more
Meet Karl Gloeckner! His story is one of adventure and beauty as he sails through life with MSread more
For the life & love of our pets – a dedication to our furry friends ~read more
Welcome to a new series of posts featuring some of Nancy Day’s favorite lifestyle tips & pins!read more
Meet Donna & Chris Guzikowski – These two sweethearts weren’t looking for love, yet they found it in all the right places!read more
Make it a point to ask your neurologist to show you your scans & explain your MRI images & results with you.read more
This group has truly been a God send to me many many times over, being a single parent with no family support with MS is a rough road to travel, it’s so VERY nice to have all of you as a Lil family that can relate to you and vise versa, I’m truly blessed to have ppl that I can bring laughter when you’re having a bad day.Savrah K.
A group like MSpals is not funded or operated by any large pharmaceutical company or institution but instead is formed out of general need by people who themselves have MS or are the blessed souls we call care providers who are family, friends or volunteers. As the group gathers members worldwide we are still a very tight knit alliance determined to be there to lend information, medication experiences and maybe a laugh or two.Karl G.