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ORGANISATION: MS Society of Canada

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People living with MS experience many different emotions over the course of their lives. Some of these are reactions to the stresses and challenges created by a diagnosis of MS, while others are symptoms of their MS itself.

This information sheet will explore emotional reactions to MS, common emotional changes from MS, the reactions of family members, as well as mood changes from medication, and stress and MS. The information is presented concisely and clearly.

Published: 2008

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