I know no one knows what causes MS, but I'm curious what people think might have been the cause for them. My mother in law believed hers was caused by a blow to the head when a garage door came down on her. And my wife believes mine was caused bey a lot of unresolved anger in my past - basically my negative mental state.
After reading the post on retraining your brain by MS_Indestructible (under his old name Ms-Indestructible) I started thinking more on what my wife said. If we can alter our lives for the better with positive retraining, can we cause problems with negative thoughts and attitudes? And/or can physical injury be a root cause? I know there is a theory that a lack of vitamin D may have a contributing factor as people in northern latitudes (less sunshine) are more likely than those at the equator to get the disease.
Just wondering what everyone thinks about the mental state being a possible contributing cause.