Daily strategies for living well with MS.


Special guide to relationships

Summer 2016

Visit our special relationships section to learn how to reclaim intimacy and strengthen your connections.

Kellen Prouse, who has MS, and his wife, Meghann, have found new ways to show affection for each other. Photo by Meghann Prouse

Get closer

Summer 2016

Communication and creativity can help resolve some intimacy issues.

Julie Hare and her husband, Steve (left), and Steve and Myra Lezanic (right) find various ways to strengthen their marriages. Julie and Myra both have MS. Photos courtesy of Julie and Steve Hare and Myra Lezanic

When MS is the third wheel

Summer 2016

Couples living with MS talk about their challenges—and successes.

Illustration by Pushart

Reserves of resilience

Summer 2016

Strategies for adapting to a new normal.

Keith Johnson (in center) has resumed a hobby he loves—kayaking—thanks to specially designed kayaks and an accessible boat-launching dock, which was built at a park near his Elizabethtown, Kentucky, home. Photo courtesy of Keith Johnson

Float my boat

Summer 2016

MS doesn’t have to leave you up a creek.


Getting real with real estate

Summer 2016

Buy a home that works for you.

Ann Murray at the wheel of her car.

Staying behind the wheel

Spring 2016

Explore options to maintain your independence.


Get in the swing

Spring 2016

Hit the links and improve your game.

Mary Munger with her grandson

Grandparenting with MS

Spring 2016

Grandparents can build a very special relationship with their grandchildren— regardless of MS symptoms.

Marsha Michaels, at a transit station in the West Portal neighborhood in San Francisco, has found that taking public transportation has opened up her world.  Photo courtesy of Marsha Michaels

Widening my world

Spring 2016

Public transportation opens up a new world for a woman with longstanding MS.

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