I lost my vision in my right eye a month ago to Optic Neuritis - damage is permenant. During the last month I have been to many many doctors and finally have the diagnosis of MS - Neurologist says I have probably had it a while. My husband is in complete denial - won't discuss anything, won't look at any information, just says he loves me and everything will be fine. Did get him to go to the LP appointment with me but that was it. Have suggested counseling without sucess. He thinks everything should be as it was before - but it's not. I'm so exhausted from appointments, etc. How do I wake him up to the new reality and enlist his help?
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