Very quickly, once I was diagnosed, I had inkling that there would be no room for feeling any shame.
That did not stop me wasting my valuable time, shame; it’s always hindsight that allows useful intelligence to be gained.
Foresight would be better, but sadly, this can’t be possibie in a totally new circumstance, such as being told, that I had Multiple Sclerosis in 2006.
Now I can see that I could not have done anything differently, how could I, when I hadn’t any idea of what would happen next to me.
At the time all I felt was scared, petrified about what nasty developments might occur next.
What really worried me was discovering that no one knew, not even the neurologists the ‘’experts’’ knew.
No wonder there was so much fear, and no knowledge or any useful information to help me carry on with my life.
Glad I have been able to carry on and make the best of my life.