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      Dagmar Munn

      As the pandemic increased around the world, I noticed many parallels between the life lessons taught by living with ALS, and what my friends and family were experiencing.
      Both events involve intense change, loss of unrestricted endeavors, and feelings of isolation. Both require us to slow down and redirect our focus from an uncertain future to noticing the present moment. Goals are reexamined, and we have to adopt new ways to stay connected with friends and family.

      In my column:

      Why I’m Cautiously Optimistic About My ALS Future

      I wrote about the changes I’ve experienced and shared my goals.

      What did you do during the height of the pandemic to help support your quality of life? Are you coping well with not wearing a mask and being able to hug others? Any plans for venturing out during the summer months?

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