Me, My MS and I



Shifting MS

One of my Twitter friends, and fellow MSer, Gav (@thehappycovv), has helped to create  the fab documentary below called “Shifting MS” alongside Gloria Morris, who worked tirelessly producing the film. It’s absolutely brilliant and I couldn’t agree more with the sentiment – I may have MS and it may be rubbish at times, but I won’t let it get in my way.

I’m all for inspiring people to fight MS and live their life to the full. The young people in this documentary inspire me to do more, and it’s very uplifting. If you enjoy “Shifting MS”, please pass on the link to Gloria’s YouTube page!

Shifting MS – “We follow a group of young MSers and their families as they share their stories and experiences of being diagnosed with MS at such a young age and how they don’t intend to let it stop them achieveing their goals in life. Featuring interviews with consultand neurologists Dr Simon Shaw and Dr Martin Lee as well as MS specialist Physiotherapist Kate Goddard.”

You can also find the documentary on YouTube at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59HQ6v_5_EM&feature=player_embedded

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  1. * Derek says:

    Just a note to say that Gav did have an important input in making “Shifting MS”, but the credit should go to Gloria Morris – herself an MSer – who was the real driving force behind the project.

    Gloria worked virtually 24/7 getting this film together for months and without her there would have been no “shifting MS”.

    Actually you’ve linked to the film on Gloria’s youtube – she is “Gloriamorrisfilms”

    | Reply Posted 7 years, 1 month ago


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