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Grief, Depression and MS


This week Rosie Farrell talks about grief and in particular, how she has dealt with depression. Read on for an enlightening piece on what can be a very challenging experience.  The way we each deal with grief varies. The grieving process is anything but linear; something that my rational si...

Published by Rosie Farrell on Thursday June 20 2019 11:00 AM

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Fathers Day


On Fathers Day Niall McGahon shares his thoughts on life with MS and being a Dad to Seán (2 years old) and newborn Robyn I am a father, not to just one little being in the shape of the handsome 2-year-old Seán anymore, but to another child in our beautiful little girl Rob...

Published by Niall McGahon on Sunday June 16 2019 01:34 PM

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Carers Research Findings


Research shows online supports vital as majority of carers feel isolated in their role Ireland’s 360,000 family carers are being celebrated this week as National Carers Week takes place across the country with scores of events being organised specifically for those who care for their loved...

Published by National Carers Week/Care Alliance Ireland on Monday June 10 2019 09:59 AM

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World MS Day


This week Robert Joyce shares his thoughts on World MS Day and invisible symptoms Every year we take one day, May 30, to tell the world about Multiple Sclerosis. This post is on ‘our’ blog where we share our experiences of MS and its impact on our lives. I am the audience we write f...

Published by Robert Joyce on Thursday May 30 2019 02:00 PM

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Maggie Green's Mini Marathon


My name is Maggie Green… I live in Donegal with my two beautiful children, Abigail (8) and Conor (7), my partner Danny and my Great Dane Blue. I was diagnosed in October 2016 with Relasping Remitting MS ( RRMS) and to say that it came as a shock is an understatement! What I thought was a ...

Published by Maggie Green on Saturday May 25 2019 04:00 PM

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MS Symptoms Research Findings


NEW Research shows that 44% of Irish people have poor understanding of the symptoms and nature of Multiple Sclerosis (MS)[1] Research study commissioned by MS Ireland and Novartis Ireland to mark World MS Day 2019 explores the public’s awareness of the visible and invisible symptoms of MS&...

Published by MS Ireland on Wednesday May 22 2019 08:44 AM

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