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Living with Multiple Sclerosis: The Ripple Effect follows the author on her journey toward accepting the diagnosis of MS and into her middle-aged years. Nancy Wasson Wayland tells it like it is to fellow patients and family members alike, proving to herself and others that there is always something for which to be grateful for. By reading her memoirs, the readers will hopefully find things in their own lives worth giving gratitude. From the first misdiagnoses to the eventual news that she had this incurable disease, readers will follow along with Nancy as she faces each new trial in her life with courage. After living with MS for nearly thirty years, breast cancer became a very real fact of life for her, as well as the friends and family that she holds dear to her heart. Through eighteen personal essays, the reader will catch a glimpse of Nancy Wasson Wayland's extraordinary life and read how she has amazingly managed to keep a positive outlook on life throughout. It is her hope that each reader will discover something in his or her own life to be grateful.