47-year-old actress Selma Blair struggles with multiple sclerosis. Almost a year ago, the doctors gave the star a disappointing diagnosis, for which one had to quit his career and a favorite thing — horse riding. Selma shared in the social network photo with your favorite horse and told the news about his condition.
“I’m trying to get better, even when I’m getting worse. Again in the saddle. Ask this… I Have a unicorn. Now I have to find it again,” she wrote on Instagram.
In the photo the horse Blair rode to the disease. Star really wants to recover, to re-experience the essential emotion of riding. “I need to get my son saw that I was doing things that you hadn’t thought of that. And I’ll do my best,” she promised.
The first symptoms she said 15 years ago. Then she did not suspect that after all these years, August 16, 2018, the doctors put her disappointing diagnosis. “Two days ago I went for a fitting, and then I decided that I should share what’s going on with me. That day, Alice Swanson, a great costume designer of the series Another Life, in which I play a major role, gently helped me to put on pants, coats, buttoned up coat and a shoulder. I have multiple sclerosis. Now I have a relapse. Thank you Lord and understanding on the part of Netflix: I still have a job. Great job. I am disabled. Sometimes I fall or drop things. I had memory issues, my mind is clouded, and the left half of the body working, like a broken GPS. But we’ll manage. And I laugh, not knowing what to do next, but just know that I will do everything possible”.
Daily to cope with the symptoms of the disease Salme help her friends and family. “Ever since I was diagnosed — at 10:30 PM August 16 — I always support friends and colleagues. Thank you for this! It’s not easy, but I hope to be able to give hope to others and even to herself. You can’t get help, if not ask about it. At first it can be incredibly difficult. I want to sleep, always want to sleep. So I don’t have any answers, I just want to sleep. But I am looking forward and want to make their lives complete. Want to play again with my son. Want to walk down the street and ride her horse. I have multiple sclerosis and I’m fine”.