Author Archives: Jamieson Wolf

About Jamieson Wolf

Jamieson an award winning, number-one bestselling author. He writes in many different genres. Learn more at www.jamiesonwolf.com

The Light Through the Trees

Content Warning: Depression, Suicidal Thoughts and Self Harm It all gets to be too much sometimes. Like everyone else, I’ve been living in the cloud of covid. I haven’t been sleeping well, my temper is closer to the surface than … Continue reading

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Someone I Used to Know

Something interesting happened the other day. When my multiple sclerosis first hit, I lost a lot of my memory. I used to remember the plot of every book I’d ever read and every movie I’d ever seen. I could quote … Continue reading

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The Challenges I Overcome

I was asked to give a talk to the people I work with to celebrate the International Day of Person’s with Disabilities. These are the notes that I wrote. I planned to read them out loud, but ended up just … Continue reading

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Relearning How to Live

This is a piece that I was asked to write for today, the International Day of Person’s with Disabilities. It was published in a newsletter at work and while it was nerve wracking to put myself out there like that, … Continue reading

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Captain Maven and the Shadow Man – Coming Soon!

I live with Cerebral Palsy and Multiple Sclerosis. After my last MRI a few months ago, they found new lesions in my brain caused by the Multiple Sclerosis. I was put on a new drug called Mavenclad. Its purpose is … Continue reading

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On the Shores of Acceptance

I feel like I’ve been waiting for a long time. In reality, it hasn’t been that long, not really. Time is no longer relative and it either speed up or slows down depending on the news you are waiting for. … Continue reading

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The Maybe of Mavenclad

I’m afraid. As September comes ever closer, so does my medication change. During July, September seemed so far away but now as we get to the end of August, September 21st seems so much closer. On that day, I will … Continue reading

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Embracing the Changing Landscape

If having Multiple Sclerosis has taught me anything, it’s to try to embrace change, however much I dislike it. I had another MRI in April of this year, my first in a while. I finally had my MRI follow up … Continue reading

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A Star Upon the Waves

I’ve been losing control of myself for a while now. Over the past year, I’ve noticed a worsening in my symptoms. I am in far more pain than I ever have been before. It’s gotten to the point in the … Continue reading

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Living My Best Life Two Steps at a Time

I was talking to one of my friends about the pain levels I live with. The pain has been so bad lately. In the morning, I have to sit down while I brush my teeth, just so that I can … Continue reading

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