About this Site

I was diagnosed with Becker muscular dystrophy at age 13. Shortly thereafter a teacher at my school, Mrs. Densing, stopped me and shared a very valuable piece of advice. She said, “When I found out I had multiple sclerosis, I read a lot of books. Most of them said a lot a bad things. A few of them said some good things. Find the books that say the good things and read those. Don’t pay attention to the other ones.

Unfortunately I didn’t find too many books that said any of the good things. I had to find out those good things myself and that’s why I felt compelled to share the good things I’ve experienced along the way. I try not to worry about the bad things because that doesn’t do me any good.

Hopefully this site will help you think about the good things.

3 Responses to About this Site

  1. Chris Graham says:

    I just wanted to say: brilliant site – great topics!

    This is an excellent resource…I really encourage you to keep writing, this will be a source of strength for many.

    keep moving forward,

  2. Linda says:

    Just want to say I enjoy reading your blog. Keep writting.. alot of great advice here. My son who is 11 has becker muscular dystrophy.

  3. Alanna Drews says:

    Thanks for your blog. My daughter has Limb Girdle Type 2 D with Duchenne features. I would like to be able to follow your blog from now on :)

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