Someone very special to me was diagnosed with MS 3 years ago and since that time I have seen a complete change in him, ie denial, anger, irritation, refusal to seek help, social isolation and divorcing his wife whom he says he still loves. Are these reactions common and if so how do I help him? I have read many books and articles about MS but only those of you who have walked the same shoes can help. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks!!!!!
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