So I don't think it's a done deal that 90%+ of relationships breakdown where one of the partners has MS. Mr Z has always sought to undermine the statistics published by Biogen and it's good to see the reaction against the sort of ropey and insensitive statistic he posted on relationships and MS.
Just call it a day. You tried to destroy the hope of MS patients on the Tysabri forum - I see that you don't post there now that people are posting some good experiences. And now you are telling those of us with MS that 90%+ of us will end up with a broken relationship.
viper498 wrote:Wow, I sure wish everyone would leave Harry alone. He was only presenting some information. Everyone can take from it what they want, but there is no reason to attack, or denounce. Its not like he meant any harm to SixSix. This site is all about information. Embrace it.
Mary wrote:Harry - where did this stat come from?
Thanks for getting us back on topic dignan.dignan wrote: I have no problem with anybody saying anything they want on this website -- I'm in favour of zero censorship. But if you want to comment on HarryZ's statistic, please, I'm begging you, start a separate thread and talk about it there without taking away from sixsix. I feel bad enough for sixsix already without him also getting thread-jacked. (new word, copyright Dignan 2007).
I had by attack at the end of 2004...shortly after having it, my ex-gf (we were together for 3 years, lived together for 2 of them, were broken up for about a year at that time) contacted me out of the blue...after the usual small talk, i shared what was going on with me, with her...after hearing how she would always be there for me and talking 1-2x more, i haven't heard from her for about 2 years now...
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