MS Explained to children: Mixed feelings
When one parent has multiple sclerosis (MS), it is not always easy for children and teens to manage.
MS is not always easy as it is a complex illness. When a parent has MS, children may have mixed emotions about it. They may experience all kinds of feelings, they may be sad, angry or even guilty, but they also compassion and understanding to their parents.
This video is suitable for children and teenagers.
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