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Hi everyone! Welcome to my blog where I desire to bring awareness to the MS disease through my transparent everyday journey. By sharing a piece of my life, I wish to promote change and inspire those who read. Please enjoy and share these stories with someone who could use a word of encouragement.

         "I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength"  - Philippians 4:13

  • Writer's pictureLisa Ray

Meet Patrick Prevost for Warrior Wednesdays!

In honor of Father's Day Month, Angels Hearts for Hope Foundation celebrates Patrick Prevost for Warrior Wednesdays! Learn more about Patrick every Wednesday in June. A SHINING LIGHT Meet Patrick Prevost, President MS Finest By Lisa Ray I met Patrick for the first time in 2016, shortly after my diagnosis Multiple Sclerosis. Upon seeing him I was familiar with his face and quickly realized he was a part of my church family. We hear it all the time “it’s a small world.” Patrick who I now call friend has been a source of encouragement for myself and others through sharing from his personal experience that you can live a quality life with MS and you are not alone. His selfless spirit shines bright and is evident in his smile. Patrick Prevost was born in Brooklyn NY, and grew up in Rosedale Queens with an older sister raised by loving parents. He attended St. Agnes High School in New York City and had aspirations of becoming a lawyer one day. For that reason, he attended John Jay to study criminal justice in pursuit of a Bachelors of Arts degree. Patrick was first diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis in August 2006, his first symptom was at 17 years old, while in the gym playing basketball he fell over (timber he exclaims) then quickly jumped up. Patrick said “I fell for no reason, quickly got up and stop playing. I was embarrassed of the incident.” He experienced balance issues, unexplained falls and movement of the leg, feeling the shakes with involuntary movement, but he proceeded to play it off well into his twenties, he hoped it would disappear or go away.

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