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by and for those with MS,
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Boy, Are We Sharing This Month!
Our theme for this month was "Who or What Gets You Through the Tough Times?" and of course we needed to include Mother's Day into our May issue, too. Our writers have really come through again this month, but don't they always do that? We have so many tremendous articles in our Theme section. I hope you bookmark this magazine so you can go back and read each and every one of them.
I was starting to get worried about our poetry section, then wouldn't you know it, our poets chose to share again, and our Poetry this month is once again outstanding. I still say we have the best anywhere! Same for our Fiction, be sure you check it out this month.
I tried something a little different with Real Life Stories this month. I've divided it into articles about dealing with MS, and other articles. It's hard to do, because some are straddling the fence into both, but I did try! Bear with me as I try to get the sorting down a little better as time goes on. Please, read all of these, too, and see what all is being shared in our pages.
In FYI, I try to include information from support groups, and information about what might be going on in research on MS. These articles are just that, for you information. You have to be wise enough to sort through and take from them what you think is beneficial to you.
Our Features boasts another regular one this month. Please, welcome Feadog as a regular columnist. He'll be telling of growing up in Ireland, and he has a great story-telling style! You'll find his column in Features titled Fea's Pub. You're going to enjoy a visit there!
Please get familiar with our navigation bar on the left of each page in the magazine. This will take you to our main tables of contents, and also other pages that are worth your time. Ahead to June will let you know what Theme will be for the month of June. I hope that gives everyone some thinking time!
New writers are always welcome here, so don't be shy!
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