Talking to Your Kids About Your MS: Advice from a Psychotherapist
Coping with a parent’s MS diagnosis can be a confusing and emotional experience for a child. Keeping the door open for open communication and questions is key, says psychotherapist Elizabeth E. Nager—as is making time for activities where MS isn’t the center of attention. In this video by the Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology, Nager gives her best tips for helping your kids ask questions, openly discuss, and cope with MS on their own terms.
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