In her story Shadowboxing No More Lotte Marcus recounts with passion some of the events that led to the founding of MSQLP.
Here's Terri Nash, our first client, with her service dog Mabel, and our Board Member Andrea Dowdall.
Terri's story HomeAid appeared in the Monterey County Weekly in 2005.
Terri loved going to the movies, and for years contributed her column of movie reviews, "Terri's Tinsel Town", in our newsletter.
Terri died in 2010; we miss her.
Amy Heckel's story comes from the perspective of the family member; she has watched her father, a retired political science professor, struggling to cope with her mother's illness. Balance Point is a story both of family love and of the feelings of helplessness when a parent, in this case, or other beloved person is afflicted with MS.
Won't you tell us your story? We learn coping skills from each other. Here's a form you can download.