how to help/support my sister that has MS
My sister found out a couple weeks ago that she has MS. She SEEMS to be handling it pretty well. My mom is really stressing her out. I've talked to my mom about it today. We will see if anything changes. My sister is a high anxiety person anyway. I've heard stress makes MS worse. I live in a different state. My sons and I have made some relaxtion type things to send her. I wish she would get into a support group. So she can talk with people who REALLY know what she going through. What can I do to help?
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