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What does it mean to live with multiple sclerosis? (Part 2)

What does it mean to live with multiple sclerosis? (Part 2)

It is also important to mention the axis concerning the wider social environment, made up of his relatives and friends as well as the surrounding environment in general. It makes an informal social support network where a person with MS is located.
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The spiritual axis is also very important for creating the quality of life of people living with MS, as well as the way to deal with the disease, problems and specificities of the psychological reactions of the diseased. Elem, that would in general be the coordinate system in which someone who lives with MS moves. Of course, we did not list all the coordinates and determinants, as this is almost impossible, but we tried to identify those key to make a more comprehensive and objective overview of what is the life of people living with MS, as well as the lives of their families.
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What can we conclude finally, taking into account everything mentioned - what is specific to the psychological response of MS patients? From contact with the diseased, we have come to the conclusion that it is a common determinant of all who live with MS and what makes them specific in relation to other people, which are, for example, Depressed, anxious, tense, having a problem in marriage, at work or suffering from some other chronic somatic illness, is the enormous degree of stress that MS has with itself. Chronic stress arises from the very nature of the disease that does not have a clear cause and abounds in diagnostic confusion in the initial phase, and with fear and confusion during illness (variety of symptoms, drugs and their influence, access to doctors ...).
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An enormous source of stress is the unpredictability of MS, fearful of new symptoms, as well as from tomorrow's day, and then prejudice and some sort of stigmatization that triggers physical disability in the environment. All this requires constant adaptation to the new circumstances.
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Due to the highly individual nature of the disease, the life that is taking place varies from person to person. In what direction the diversity will develop depends on the relationships that existed or exist between the aforementioned life spheres.
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The family itself is involved in the whole process of adapting to new circumstances and a new reality that is formed due to illness of a family member. The new reality is born from the crisis period for the whole family, and to what extent it will be functional depends on the relationship and dynamics that existed before the illness. In this sense, relations and roles will be developed that will be characteristic of the "new family and person".
What is certainly a common and extraordinary necessity of constantly listening to oneself and your needs and possibilities. By monitoring the presence of symptoms, one can create a present that will be in line with our being.

As an essential character, we emphasize, once again, that the key axis about which life is formed is health (in terms of the disease itself), but also that the interaction and interweaving of the remaining living areas that can greatly influence the creation of a quality and functional life must not be forgotten. 


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