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Entries tagged "coping"

The Value of Suffering

September 8, 2013
The New York Times By PICO IYER Excerpt: Wise men in every tradition tell us that suffering brings clarity, illumination; for the Buddha, suffering is the first rule of ... more

7 Tips for Coping with an MS Diagnosis

November 18, 2013
The physical and mental symptoms of multiple sclerosis are tough enough, but it’s often the emotional aspect of having MS that’s hardest to deal with. ... more

The Wahls Diet: Can't we negotiate?

February 2, 2015
This article is written by TurnFirst founder Samantha Guerry. Well, I didn’t see that coming.  Within hours of posting my first blog, I became so sick ... more

In search of plan B

March 14, 2015
This article is written by TurnFirst founder Samantha Guerry. I’ve been experimenting with “food as medicine” for a long time: 18 years to be exact.  I ... more

Yoga Poses for People With Multiple Sclerosis

June 4, 2015
A recent Rutgers University study found that women with moderate symptoms ofmultiple sclerosis experienced improvements in balance, walking, coordination, and quality of life after eight weeks of practicing ... more

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