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8 strategies for dealing with flashforwards by Louise Pearson

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Many people with MS experience the trauma of flashforwards rather than flashbacks. These can be big or small.

A small scale flashforward could be imagining yourself not being able to find wheelchair access to a building you’re visiting for a job interview, or not being able to find the right words on a hot day.

A major scale flashforward could be imagining yourself 10 years from now and worrying about what your disability will be then, or who’s going to help look after you.

Click here to read Louise’s eight practical strategies to help you deal with flashforwards.

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