Tag Archive | "depression"

MS and the Makeup Mirror

Monday, August 22, 2016


    MS and the makeup mirror? What on Earth does a makeup mirror have to do with multiple sclerosis? Now before you think My Odd Sock has blown a hole in the toe, let me explain.   It’s no surprise to someone when I tell them I have MS. Outfitted with canes, a wheelchair, […]

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My MS Life In A Comic Strip

Monday, October 13, 2014


    Despite my five-year journey writing deplorable, low-brow web content for My Odd Sock, a very reputable firm asked me to create some fun, MS related stuff for them as well. Healthline Networks is an online provider of trusted health information, news and doctor-reviewed resources for readers and their families. At their website, Healthline.com, […]

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One Dedicated Worker

Thursday, September 4, 2014

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    Have you heard the one about the Americans being too afraid to take a day off work? It’s no joke. A recent survey conducted by a market research firm, polled over 1,300 workers to find that 40 percent of us don’t use all of our paid time off. Never takes a vacation.  Never […]

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Quit Your Belly-Aching

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


If you don’t mind, I gotta get something off my chest. It’s been bothering me for some time now, so maybe it gets your knickers in a twist as well. Fact is, I have multiple sclerosis.  You probably have MS too. Either that or you have some other gimpy malady that lumps you in with […]

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Would You Or Wouldn’t You?

Tuesday, August 20, 2013


Medical marijuana is today’s big health debate. Experts struggle over the treatment benefits. States grapple with legality issues. While our representatives in D.C. fuss over their reelection campaigns. Fourteen states already offer medical marijuana as a viable treatment option for numerous medical conditions, including MS. Meanwhile, other states are working to put the issue before […]

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Spirit Booster

Tuesday, May 7, 2013


There is no doubt about it—multiple sclerosis can dish out some pretty heavy licks to a person physically, but I believe the mental aspects of the disease are just as severe. MS crushes confidence. It strips a person’s self-worth like a putty knife on wallpaper. Multiple sclerosis attacks your “will” until it becomes a “won’t.” […]

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