March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month. It’s an opportunity to educate people about multiple sclerosis; what it is, what it means, and why it is important to learn about it.
But here’s the problem. It tends to make people uncomfortable. People are often uncomfortable with pain. They don’t like to talk about it, and they are reluctant to share it when they are experiencing it.
They often look away or try to find quick fixes to allow them to change the subject. But discomfort doesn’t have to build walls between people.Read more on themighty.com