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This is about how M.S. changed my life and those of my guests.
I was born a premmie. Shortly after my birth, I had a cardiac arrest, which led to my brain injury. This incident gave me a life of learning disabilities and health complications. When I turned 31-years old, I was diagnosed with M.S.
M.S. is one of the most debilitating neurological diseases . When I was diagnosed with it, it changed my life. I continued to approach life as I always had, a survivor!
That does not imply that I do not make mistakes along the way. All people do . . . when the road they are taking turns into a new one.
Through friendship, family, spirituality, and the many M.S. role models I have, I am beating back the monster of this disease. I've opened up my life to a journey of adventure. Learning things any normal person can do to enhance their lives after M.S., brain injury and autoimmune disease!
It is a strange adventure, but it is an adventure!
I'd love it if you'd join me in my journey, where we all can learn to be better versions of ourselves
Call in at 424-243-9420 or go to braininjuryradio.com
Please welcome Susan Plummer to the show! She has an amazing story of how she was a female cop and now she prides herself on being a MS advocate and a fighter!
She has learned to be stronger in her diagnosis with her family, love, and through her social media exposure -- telling her story of M.S.
You'll really want to listen tonight!