I met Lars on New Year’s Eve in 2016 at a former colleague’s 60th birthday party. Lars was the birthday girl’s brother. Since then, we have had many long and interesting conversations, sometimes from opposite sides of the world.
Lars was diagnosed with MS over 20 years ago.
“When I was young I met one of my father’s friends. He had been diagnosed with MS. At that time,I thought that Multiple Sclerosis (MS) was the worst diagnosis anyone could get. I got the diagnosis myself when I was 40 years old. It eventually forced me into a wheelchair, which was one of the worst case scenarios in my head.”
But despite receiving the worst imagined diagnosis and ending up in a wheelchair, he has defied the worst.
His incredible ability to withstand the diagnosis is so unique that I had to talk to him about it and share it on my blog.
“An unexpected turning point” is the first part of the interview with Lars. You can watch the second part of the interview ” Belief is essential” here.
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