Monthly Archives: July 2014

What do you want to do?

I’m the last guy anyone would call a “positive thinker”. The gift of looking on the bright side of things is all concentrated in other members of my family. Usually, I don’t see a glass half full; I see it … Continue reading

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Inside the MS bubble

In a nearby town today, there was another cycling fundraiser for MS. There are rides all over the country – a dozen in New England alone. These events are a lot of fun and raise gobs of money for the … Continue reading

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Who cares what you think?

Not so long ago, I was in a discussion with a guy who had what would be considered by many a rather “gruff” personality. He knew very well that he came off that way to people and he didn’t care. … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

There’s no small amount of confusion and controversy surrounding how those with MS should be addressed as individuals or as a class. As long as its not taken to an extreme, it can be useful to identify groups of disadvantaged … Continue reading

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