Joined 3 years ago from Canada
My name is Louise Sertsis and I am 39 years old. I'm in a wheelchair for much of the day due to Multiple Sclerosis. I am university educated with a bachelor's degree in psychology. My intention was to be a life time student until my diagnoisis at 22, where I moved back home to be with family and friends. I went through a whole year of doctors saying I was fine, but I was taking science courses and believed it was something bigger. Feeling ostrasized by doctors saying that it was a mental problem, rather than a physical one. I knew better, I wasn't going to give up without a fight!
I've had plenty of ups and downs but have managed to arise with a sense of hope and excitement. I almost feel reborn and have a desire to maake other people's lives better. I am now an aspiring entrapreneur and finally feel well enough to start living, and persuing my dream to help others.
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