Managing Feelings of Uncertainty – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

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It doesn’t take much for us to feel uncertain. It could be the result of a new symptom or doing something you’ve never before done, such as attending a telehealth appointment. Maybe the election causes you uncertainty. Perhaps current events or new medications fill you with fear about your future health. Sometimes, we don’t even realize these issues affect us.

But strangely, in an ironic twist of fate, uncertainty is one of our six basic human needs.

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