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Managing a business with Multiple Sclerosis – Challenges and solutions

The journey of an entrepreneur is often marked by dedicated hard work, persistence, patience, achievements, risks, uncertainty, fear, and challenges. The path takes on a new dimension when coupled with the complexities of living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) or any other long-term challenging reality. MS is a chronic autoimmune disease affecting the central nervous system, leading to

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Selective perfectionism: The secret tool for MS

Selective perfectionism offers a valuable perspective for individuals living with multiple sclerosis (MS), where conserving energy is vital. In pursuing excellence, selective perfectionism can emerge as a powerful ally, liberating those with MS from the constant race to micromanage every aspect of life. Understanding how MS can fuel a desire for control due to losing

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How to support a colleague with MS (or with any other chronic illness)

In our shared journey through professional landscapes, the power of supporting one another on a human level cannot be underestimated. This holds particularly true when it comes to navigating chronic health challenges like Multiple Sclerosis (MS) or other conditions. Given that we dedicate a very big share of our days to work, recognizing and addressing health

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Disclosing Your MS Diagnosis to Colleagues 

In the world of workplace dynamics, revealing personal health matters isn’t always easy, especially when dealing with complex diagnosis like Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Deciding to share your condition with colleagues is a personal choice, but when done thoughtfully, it can create understanding, empathy, and a more supportive work environment. In this article, we’ll present how to

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