Four Reasons I Give Thanks for My MS Diagnosis

I don't merely accept my MS diagnosis, I have gratitude for it, and for the shift in perception that brought me to see this massive health challenge as an opportunity for more self-love. In this podcast I give thanks for the love and support of all of you, and I read the Huffington Post piece I wrote on giving thanks for this surprising health situation. Any questions about how to get there for yourself, tweet me! @MeditatewMary


The MS of the Future is Not the MS of the Past

This is the empowerment edition, with inspiration for taking (back) control of our health, even in the face of "freaky diagnoses."

"There are so many health improvements that occur at the hands of the patients of themselves."

A diagnosis does not define who we are. We can be the living cure, and take control of our health, but it might not look like we thought it would. 
Let's use a diagnosis to shift the course of our lives.

Podcast Highlights

  • "A diagnosis does not define who we are."
  • "We can and take control of our health and be the living cure, but a "cure" might not look like we thought it would."
  • "There are so many health improvements that occur in the hands of the patients themselves."
  • "Let's use a diagnosis to shift the course of our lives."
  • "The MS of the past is not the MS of our future."

Inspiration and Self-Care

In this podcast I share inspirational stories from others who are choosing to thrive with MS, plus guidance and tips on how to how to bring self care into our daily lives, no matter what the diagnosis. Hint: Don't wait for one!

Enjoy and always feel free to share your inspirational stories in the comments section on the blog page, tweet @MeditatewMary, or send me a note via SoundCloud


Diagnosed with MS and the Miracle That Happened After

Happiness in life isn't determined by what happens to us, it's what we do with whatever comes our way.