We are the “privileged” few. The chosen ones.
You know, the ones diagnosed and living with myasthenia gravis.
Myasthenia gravis affects 20 out of 100,000 people in the United States.
Aaah, now that we have the official stats in place, let us get on with the art of living a fruitful life with myasthenia gravis.
I believe acceptance is the first step towards managing neuromuscular disorders in general –myasthenia gravis in particular.
So easy to write. So difficult to imbibe and implement. No wonder I decided to write and speak about it only when I completely accepted that MG is a reality of my life.
I learned and accepted that it is OK to change my life and day-to-day living as per my health condition and muscle strength to make it easier for myself and indirectly easier for my family.