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Talking to Friends and Family about MS

Talking to Friends and Family about MS

Telling your friends and family about multiple sclerosis (MS) can be a challenge, but it can have many benefits. Find out why it's so important to speak up and how to make it easier.

How speaking up can helpHow speaking up can help

It's not always easy to talk to your friends and family about multiple sclerosis (MS), but speaking up has its benefits. More...

Deciding who and when to tell about your MSDeciding who and when to tell about your MS

When it comes to deciding who to tell about your MS and when to tell them, there are no hard and fast rules. Learn more about things you should consider. More...

What should I say, and how do I say it?What should I say, and how do I say it?

There's no "right" way to tell people you have MS. Learn more about what you should keep in mind when deciding what to say and how to say it. More...

Talking to your child about MSTalking to your child about MS

As a parent, you may find it challenging to talk to your child about MS. Learn more about how to make it easier. More...

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