MS & Me

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Niall McGahon
Niall McGahon
16 Jun 2019

Father's Day 2019

On Father's Day blogger Niall McGahon shares his thoughts on life with MS and with being a Dad to Seán (2 years old) and newborn Robyn.
 

Mary Devereux
Mary Devereux
09 May 2019

I Have Fallen

This week Mary Devereux talks about falling and how she is dealing with the impact of Primary Progressive MS on her life and the lives of her family members. 

Ciara O Meara
Ciara O’Meara
02 May 2019

Kiss Goodbye To MS 2019

Ciara O’Meara will be spending the month of May in anticipation of Kiss Goodbye To MS campaign and reliving the good times at a gig in the RDS. Bring on the big hair Mr Bon Jovi! 

Christina McDonald and Mary Devereux
18 Apr 2019

MS and Anger

We don’t always have the words to explain how we’re feeling. But unless we do, how can we ever really process these emotions? This week, Christina McDonald and Mary Devereux consider anger.

Grace Kavanagh and Keith Byrne
11 Apr 2019

He Said/She Said: Bad MS Days

This week we get to ‘listen in’ on a conversation between Grace Kavanagh and Keith Byrne. They’re talking about the good days and the bad days, the ups and downs of life with MS and life in general. 

Teresa McShane
Teresa McShane
28 Mar 2019

Mother’s Day

This week Teresa McShane shares her mixed emotions about being a mum with MS and how she really feels about Mother’s Day 2019. 

Willeke
Willeke van Eeckhoutte
21 Mar 2019

The MS Grieving Process: Denial and Isolation

This week Willeke van Eeckhoutte delves into the universal experience of grieving after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. From the ever-popular denial to the stories we tell ourselves and to being present in your daily life, read on to discover how she found her way forward….  

Fergal Hughes and Willeke van Eeckhoutte
14 Mar 2019

He Said / She Said MS

This week we get to share in a conversation between two MS and Me bloggers, Fergal Hughes and Willeke van Eeckhoutte. Read on for their personal take on some of the issues MS brings to their lives.