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Tampa woman sees self as multiple sclerosis survivor

“I’ve had MS for 43 years. It’s a disease you don’t die from; you just have to live with it. It’s progressive and I have no idea how I will feel tomorrow morning. I’m a realist and I take care of myself and exercise. I can walk a mile. It isn’t going to define me.”Schallenberger said.
“I am very happy with everything,” Schallenberger said. “Sometimes I get down, but I know this is what was meant to be. I am handicapped by definition, but it doesn’t bother me. I get fatigued and every day is a challenge, but I just have to find different ways to do things. I am happy.

“Every day I go to bed and know that tomorrow can be a better day. I am a realist and I know it is progressing, but my whole life is about hope, and if I can bring hope to someone, then it is all worth it.”

Schallenberger, now 69, was a young and spry 23 years old when she was told of what seemed like, at the time, a death sentence. FULL STORY


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