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About Us

Find out more about our Non-Profit Organization located in Gastonia, North Carolina and what we are doing in our community.

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Get Involved

Find out what you can do to get involved with our foundation. We have regular events throughout the year we would love to see you at!

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Ever wonder why?

I can’t tell you how many times it’s ran across my mind, exactly when did multiple sclerosis choose me? Did I miss something, how long was my body screaming something was wrong??? Was I so caught up in my busy life that I didn’t read the signs? Signs, what do they mean to you if any? I find it funny how since my diagnosis I read into signs now more than ever. I analyze what

Help me understand…

Help me understand why we self doubt instead of self motivate?!? I mean truth be told without tooting my own horn, I think MS Warriors are some of the strongest people I’ve ever met. As I go from multiple sclerosis chat page to another and ask questions, engage, and inquire, I find that all my questions are answered with deep thought and from excruciating pain and tiring experiences. Even though I’m asking questions from all

Stepping toward balancing a “new walk” of life!

Wow! Have you ever done something and wondered why you were so particular about that “thing”? Our mission statement: Inspiring to step out on faith conquering strife while stepping toward balancing a new walk of life! Some may not know how hard it really is living with multiple sclerosis.  The mission was created with thought, experience and a desire to help in ways I could not find with my “new diagnosis” of multiple sclerosis.  Figuring out

Controlling your Control

Ever feel out of control? Your chest is heavy, you can’t breathe, you start pulling and tugging at your clothes. That bottle or jar you always felt trapped in “physically” because you could not run, jump, or be active suddenly feels real! No longer an analogy but very much a reality. A reality you hear many people disregard or belittle. Ever notice how people pick and choose what diseases or conditions they consider relevant? The

Life changes…

It has been a while since I spent time here. For a couple of reasons. You know, life continues. Even when you slow down even when you can’t, life continues. What do you do from day to day to stay grounded? What are the things that you make sure you put in your life that keep you well? I just don’t know, do you feel like you have it all together? Can you tell a