My name is Beverly and I have MS Multiple Sclerosis. I have accepted that my life as I new it would change. I am learning to continue to live my life as it was, for as long as possible. I continue to celebrate what I do have, the love and support of family and friends.
I was diagnosed with MS in 1997. This has been a very long journey with God holding my hand every step of the way. Chronic diseases may lead to changes in how one looks at life and tackles life's stresses. We need to look at our MS future with confidence, holding our heads high and marching to the beat of our own drum.
Helping MS patients live beyond the diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis with confidence.
I was born and raised in North East Ohio with Lake Erie only a few miles away. I am one of four sisters, with me being the oldest. We always teased Dad because he was the only male in the house. Even the dogs and cat were female.
I am now happily married for 30+ years with 3 adult children, one daughter and twin boys and a male Westie.