My mom is having an extremely hard time dealing with my diagnosis. She is just so mad, mad at my neurologist for not having all the answers mad that ms is such a random disease. She can't handle to hear one more time that everyone's ms is different. My diagnosis was a year ago so I thought her anger would lessen but it hasn't. I don't know what to do to help her deal with this. I am having a hard enough time myself. She seems to be just really mad that there is no cure and that I do and will continue to face a lot more challenges in life because of my MS. Any thoughts? I am not a mother so any insight would be a great help! Thanks!
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