As A Mom With MS, I Struggled With Crushing Guilt

And then I got a text message that dissolved all of my self-doubt.

by Lindsay Karp
Living With MS

Why Some Women With MS Wish They Could Always Be Pregnant

by Cassie Shortsleeve

During pregnancy, many patients with multiple sclerosis experience relief from their symptoms. Can researchers actually use this fact to find treatments for the disease?


How I Finally Learned To Rethink My Ideas About Motherhood & Productivity

by Kathleen Donahoe

Slowness & care is not the mode of being I grew up with, but my kids will know it well.

You've Got This

Talking To Kids About A Chronic Illness Like MS Is Intimidating. Here’s How To Start.

by Katie McPherson

Honesty is always the best policy.

Health Trackers

The Oura Ring Actually Helps Me Troubleshoot My Sleep

by Elizabeth Angell

And it doesn’t bombard me with notifications all day.

Don't Keep It To Yourself

5 Signs You Have Pelvic Floor Dysfunction & How To Get Help

by Katie McPherson

Help is out there, but you might need a referral.


10 Women Share How Pelvic Floor Therapy Changed Their Lives

by Katie McPherson

What it was like to finally start feeling better.


How to Reframe Your Relationship with Exercise

by Danielle Friedman

How to make exercise a tool for true self-care — one for self-determination and a strength that extends beyond our muscles.


Parenting Is Hard. Parenting With MS Is Even Harder.

by Erin Kelly

Selma Blair's Son Arthur Thinks She's "Brave" For Battling MS

by Brianna Wiest

Selma Blair Shared A Profound Message After Saying She Uses "A Wheelchair" Now

by Brianna Wiest