Social mobility


I reckon the term has a completely different meaning for those of us affected by the beast we call MS. But I wrote it from the standpoint of someone receiving benefits for the condition. I don’t actually classify myself in my current situation. Have I gone from working class to has been trying desperately to give my pitiful existence some meaning class?

Best wishes, Steve

Just put my head in and had a read. An excellent piece Steve. As ever, thought provoking and humorous. Thank you. :slight_smile:

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Interesting read Steve it does make you think. I am definitely working class, always motivated and wanting to work…until bloody ms decided to join me, but if I had the choice, would still want to work.

I see my family as a tree, and we may have all gone in different directions, much like the branches, but always held together by the roots, even though you can’t see them, you are all still entwined.

Have a good weekend, thanks for the blog.

Pam x

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