Latest Posts from David Spero, RN

Grieving Over MS

Grieving Over MS

A few weeks back, I had a miserable night with bowel issues related to my multiple sclerosis (MS). The next day, I started noticing the useful and fun things people were ...

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I Want to Feel Useful

I Want to Feel Useful

I want to feel useful. But is that a good approach to living with MS? I learned as a child that being useful should be a high priority if one wants to be a good person. “Make yourself ...

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Stop Dropping Things: Improving Grips, Managing Shakes

Stop Dropping Things: Improving Grips, Managing Shakes

If dropping things was an Olympic sport, I’d be a medal contender for sure. I’ll bet most of my top competitors would also be people with multiple sclerosis (MS). I’m not ...

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Caregiver for a Week

Caregiver for a Week

This is interesting. Before I developed multiple sclerosis (MS), my life partner and I were egalitarian about chores. We split housework 50-50, but as my MS has progressed ...

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Scheduling Your Day With MS

Scheduling Your Day With MS

We all know multiple sclerosis (MS) changes from day to day, but did you know it changes from hour to hour? Most people with MS have good and bad times of day ...

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Getting Angry With MS

Getting Angry With MS

I want to get angry more often. I don’t want to yell at people or seethe with resentment, but I do need to tell people No when they ask me for things I don’t want ...

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