How has MS affected you emotionally? - My MSAA Community

My MSAA Community

7,697 members18,429 posts

How has MS affected you emotionally?

rjoneslaw profile image
11 Replies

How has MS affected you emotionally?

I ask because I’m starting to see a lot of post with people having a hard time. I figured it would be a good topic to help someone out who doesn’t know what to do .

11 Replies
Jazzihorsecat profile image

Emotionally?! Ptthh😝 I go off the handle, loose it, on who? The one living with me#!😡😕 & I think he's really close to leaving me, he's got a whole lot of $$$$ $tashed, I counted it!!!😡😕😪😭😥💔💔 I'm so sick of breaking his heart!! & him saying I'm evil & do Not blame the M.S., he says it's been since we met!! Well, I've had it since 20 years old, I think!! Maybe, he's right, I am Damaged goods & what happens to that?!?!? It goes to the junk-yard && gets tossed away or destroyed!! IDK!😪😭😡 just tired latley! & i don't feel good either!! Such babies whenever they're sick sometimes, or overly grouchy!😛😝😜pttth,no offence to brothers in here!! bad night for me, O guess I better grin & bare it again!!!😄😃😀😰😶 I feel like sumtimes my emotions have been destroyed by M.on.Ster too! Yukky, it sux so bad!!! It is nice to get off my chest to those (FamilyHere) who gets it!!💓🎁💝💚💗Love Ya! & I guess Prayers🙏R needed!

jimeka profile image
jimeka in reply to Jazzihorsecat

🤗 🦋🙏 🌈 😊

goatgal profile image
goatgal in reply to Jazzihorsecat

Jazinco First of all, you are NOT damaged goods or a throw away. Each human is possessed of a divine spark powering us in everything we do. Some of us are created and shaped to be introverts, others (as you seem to be) are extroverts: vibrant, effusive, ebullient and vivacious spirits. Both types, and every variation thereof, are necessary to create a community, a union, a relationship, a family. Hang in there dear friend. We love hearing your vital voice here!

Jazzihorsecat profile image
Jazzihorsecat in reply to goatgal

Awwe, thanks goatgal💗👍👋😀 that helped. & I love u all too!💖💗😻👋💐Blessings--Jazzy🌹💜

pamgarner profile image

ah yeah,wish someone would tell me how to not cry at the drop of a hat.And amusingly I tend to get worse around the full moon.part werewolfe I guess. I told my dr that he looked at me like I was turning into one when I told him that. My hubby is so used to it, when I start having a meltdown, he will ask is it the full moon? such surprises with this disease, I am not emotional enough! gotta laugh or you will cry,of that's what we are trying to stop huh? Just do what's you gotta do

kdali profile image
kdali in reply to pamgarner

I use to not work full moons because of the nonsense that would arrive at the hospital. Its a thing.

Jesmcd2 profile image
Jesmcd2CommunityAmbassador in reply to kdali

I can tell when it's a full moon from post's kdali 😄 and sometimes will check to see if there was even a solar flare. NOT that post are bad, just a bit off. Even mine.😞🤗💕


kdali profile image
kdali in reply to Jesmcd2

Hah! I bet you can, I’ll have to pay attention next time!

kdali profile image

Most of the time the answer to that question depends on my level of fatigue or intensity of symptoms. I do try to self check my behaviors more often during those times because no one deserves my msbs and I don’t want to be that person, because I am not that person. Just being more aware can prevent the downward spiral. Once I’m in a bad way, I have found that letting my husband know my difficulty and checking out for a while or the day is helpful.

Having said all that, it’s been a long time since I was there, thank goodness.

SjWilcox profile image

I am constantly struggling.

Purple_Lady77 profile image

Bigger swing mood and greater nausea as I’m expecting my 2nd baby 👶Thanks for asking.

At least I don’t go to the hospital for the Monster treatment rather I feel like the ghost 👻 of the maternity.

You may also like...