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Consider counseling. Sometimes, people have problems they’d rather handle in a one-on-one atmosphere. When you talk with a counselor or therapist, you might feel safer discussing sensitive or private feelings you have about MS and its impact on your life and relationships.

From: Tips for Living With MS WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCE: National MS Society.

Reviewed by Neil Lava on October 7, 2018

SOURCE: National MS Society.

Reviewed by Neil Lava on October 7, 2018

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