We all have dark days and doubts about ourselves and our life. I will try hard to never portray Relapsing-Remitting ms (RRms) as constantly dark and something to be terrified of. I get the impression that some like me to portray your RRms diagnosis as this. (Dx). I have had RRms over twenty years. It can be ugly and scary but it does not have to be. Everybody can make a decision to make the best of a bad lot.
As "you" can see I prefer to concentrate of what can be, good. Rather than the ugliness and frustration of this condition that we all live with. I understand that some can not see the rainbow because they are under very dark clouds. I refuse to go there and my writings are to help "YOU" to see that the storm clouds may thin for "YOU", if "YOU"
seek help and do what has to be done to get back into the light. We all have ms, we have a choice. Dark clouds and rain or thinning clouds and some light. I choose the light and will do what I have to, to see sunlight even if I have RRms.
Royce (the ms writer)