I am not sure how to handle this I have an older adult son that clearly does not believe there is anything really wrong with me. He just knows that at the first mention of MS I seemed just fine then once given the definite diagnosis he belives I am still should be okay and any problems I have is all in my head. He lives across country and has never been around when I have had bad problems. I am doing much better now and I do want him to understand that I was unable to work in the past and hopefully may be able to do so now. What is the best resource or video to show him or written that I can share via e-mail. I want him to understand what I am all about and hope he becomes more compasionate and if not them be able to just go on. I think I cannot handle many more times of his calling me lazy.
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