This is about how M.S. changed my life and my guests.
I was born a preemie. Shortly after my birth, I had a cardiac arrest, which led to my brain injury. This incident gave me a life of learning disabilities and health complications. When I turned 32-years old, I was diagnosed with M.S.
M.S. is the most debilitating neurological disease. When I was diagnosed with it, it changed my life. I continued to approach life as I always had: as a survivor!
That does not imply that I do not make mistakes along the way. All people do . . . when the road they are taking turns into a new one.
Through friendship, family, spirituality, and the many M.S. role models I have, I am beating back the monster of this disease. I've opened up my life to a journey of adventure. Learning things any normal person can do to enhance their lives after M.S.& brain injury is my goal.
It is a strange adventure, but it is an adventure! a "Mess with M.S."
I'd love it if you'd join me in my journey, where we all can learn to be better versions of ourselves
Call in at 424-243-9420 or go to braininjuryradio.com
Please welcome Megan Elizabeth to the show! She has an amazing story and is a fighter! She has learned to be stronger in her diagnosis with her family, divorce, and her blog (BBH with MS) -- telling her story of M.S.
You really want to listen tonight!