I recently went to your website and read Gayle Franck's essay “The Well-Planned Life: Learning to Manage the Fatigue of Multiple Sclerosis” from February/March 2012 (http://bit.ly/ArpP0Z). Her advice is just as applicable to myasthenia gravis (which I have) as it is to multiple sclerosis. And, I would imagine, many neurologic conditions.
It has taken me years to accept that resting is a necessary activity, not a luxury, and, that if I wait until I get finished to rest, I'll never get finished.
—Mary Jo Dailey