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Articles by Daryl H. Bryant

Daryl H. Bryant was born in New Jersey to loving and fantastic parents. He earned degrees in computer science and mathematics from Montclair State University. After college, he was hired at a New York City based software company that developed a proprietary user-sensing technology. In 2002, he left the company and established Hudson Horizons, a professional website design, development, and Internet marketing agency that provides innovative and quality services to businesses and corporations of all sizes.

Daryl firmly believes in giving back to the community and exemplifies this by volunteering and making financial and other contributions to a number of charities, including Big Brothers Big Sisters, Westside Infant and Teen Parent Program, National MS Society, Montel Williams MS Foundation, Breast Cancer Prevention Institute, and the American Red Cross.

Daryl was first diagnosed with MS during his time at the software company in NYC, but chose to deny his symptoms until shortly after beginning Hudson Horizons. The symptoms of MS could easily have stopped him in his tracks, but Daryl’s proactive role in his life and positive outlook prevented MS symptoms from taking over. Today, Daryl is a very happily married man and as of the time of this book’s writing, he will be expecting his first child.

Daryl H. Bryant is an entrepreneur, public speaker and a very active individual in his community. He is living a happy, healthy and successful life with MS and would like to inspire his readers that they can do the same.

Daryl leaves his readers with this: “I may not have been given a choice in the cards I was dealt, but I was certainly given the options in how to play them. I have elected to make certain that my MS does not rule my life. By making the right choices and changes every day, I have made sure that I am the one in control of my life.”

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on February 9, 2018
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Tips for Dating with MS

Whether you are single and thinking about dipping your toe into the dating pool or are already in a dating relationship, it’s complicated enough without thinking about your MS. Dating with MS can be scary, but don’t let your diagnosis stand...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on January 23, 2018
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MS Fundraisers for 2018

If you are looking for ways to give back in 2018, you should definitely consider these MS fundraisers. There’s something for everyone, whether you prefer to give back by getting active or just eating a nice meal. Walk MS - Date Varies by...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on January 12, 2018
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3 Ways to Explain MS to Someone Who Doesn’t Understand

We’ve all talked to that one friend or family member who just doesn’t get what MS is. Whether they freak out and think you it’s a death sentence or completely underestimate your symptoms, it’s frustrating not knowing how to...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on December 20, 2017
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Finding Your New Normal After an MS Diagnosis

An MS diagnosis may feel like a life-ending blow, but it doesn’t have to be. Shock, denial, anger, and grief are all natural feelings, but eventually you will have to navigate through that mess of emotions to determine a new normal. Just like the...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on December 1, 2017
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Parenting a Child Who Has MS

MS affects almost 2.3 million people in the world, but because the disease is usually diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, parenting a child who has MS can feel pretty lonely. You’re not alone though. Read on to learn more about parenting a...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on November 14, 2017
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MS & Depression

Like MS, depression is a very real disease that dramatically affects the lives of those who suffer from it. Half of all people with MS will experience a depressive episode at some point in their lives, and a new study found that almost 40% of people...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in MitoQ Articles on November 3, 2017
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How to Incorporate MitoQ In Your Daily Life

MitoQ has been shown to minimize MS symptoms, but making the leap and deciding to add it to your personal regimen can feel like a big commitment. Read on to learn how to incorporate MitoQ in your daily life. It’s easier than you think. The...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on October 20, 2017
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I Just Found Out I Have MS, Now What?

The MS diagnosis is just the beginning. Now, you have to start dealing with MS. Navigating your MS diagnosis and treatment is certainly part of the adjustment, but it’s not the only thing that should be on your radar in these first few months....(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on October 4, 2017
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Full Time Parenting with Full Time MS

Being a parent is challenging work, but when you throw in living with MS, things get even more complicated. Balancing the demands of work and family requires even more juggling when you have MS, but parenting with multiple sclerosis is definitely...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on September 22, 2017
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How to Exercise Your Brain

One of the most frustrating symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis is MS brain fog. Physical symptoms are hard enough, but difficulties thinking and remembering can be particularly distressing. One of the best ways to keep your mind sharp is to regularly...(more)