I suppose there are many with similar experiences-we all have a story to tell.
Sometimes we get caught up in grieving what we can no longer to when we should be grateful for what we can. Grieving is normal with this MS malarkey, its part of the process, just try not to get stuck there.
When I am having a bad day I think of others who are in fear for their life, for their home and loved ones (My Mum has lived in Greece for many years and I am referring to her when I say this)
I see a 13 year old girl has died after being assaulted (I havent read the full story)
My friend has phoned to cancel our plans for this evening because her daughter is seriously ill and they cant get to the route of the problem...............
I am NOT distracting from the fact that u have had a bad day-write here, kick the cat (DONT really do that, just an expression!), go under the staircase and scream, whatever you do to release the frustration. Feel it but then let it go-if held on to then u become bitter and miserable....................
I am aware you may interpret this differently from what I am saying-thats us humans!
For me I cherish the new friends that I have made/got because I have MS-I would never have met them otherwise. You cant change the situation/whats happening BUT you can change how you see it
Take care,have a good day. (there will be something that makes u smile/feel good-u need to be aware tho)