The process of being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis is complex and long. I share my story and experience.
I’ve been living with Multiple Sclerosis since 2016. But the only person who knows my whole story, the raw, unedited reality I’ve been living, is my husband. Shame, guilt, and denial continue to prevent me from sharing my truth. Until now. This story is raw. It’s the honest recollection of my diagnosis, how I grieved the life and planned future I lost, and how I eventually recovered joy.
The story of the event that led to my MS diagnosis.
Do you have a hard time leaving once you’re introduced to a new dystopian world? I do. I want to learn everything about how the world fell and how the people left took advantage of everyone’s fear to control them. The new laws and norms fascinate me, and I’m entirely hooked when a small group of people starts to rise and demand more.
I wouldn’t mourn the death of the sun. Even as the earth turns into a Popsicle, I will be filled with happiness. People will be disgusted with my spouts of the sun’s crimes and how she deserved to die, even if it means we all will along side her.
The Flight Attendant had elements I love in stories, including a complex female protagonist and a murder to solve.
Drunk from celebrating, Sarah walks her dog late in the city oblivious to the dangers following her.
Delia Owens deserves all the praise for this spectacular coming-of-age story and mystery novel.
Her boyfriends always laugh at Henry’s warnings not to hurt his daughter, Vanessa. He gets it. He’s not an intimidating man, but there’s nothing Henry wouldn’t do to protect Vanessa.
A murder mystery story is always more enjoyable when everyone has something to hide. Sara Shepard has perfected the art of giving every character a syndicalist motive to murder, as demonstrated in Pretty Little Liars. And she did it again in Reputation.