- Bad grammar?
- Close talkers?
- Constant complaining?
- Fingernails scratching on a chalkboard?
- Gum smackers?
- Missing socks?
- Name dropping?
- Nosy neighbors?
- Soda slurping?
- Terrible drivers?
- Or some other nerve-wracking thing?
Nerve-wracking: Describing multiple sclerosis from A to Z
Are you annoyed yet? (Some people can be so nerve-wracking, right?)
What’s your pet peeve?
What totally gets under your skin? Is it:
Something that’s nerve-wracking is aggravating, annoying, irritating, testing, trying, and an overall pain in the neck.
That’s multiple sclerosis. Actually, MS can be all in our heads, necks, and spines – the whole central nervous system. But that pretty much carries over into the whole body. An MS flare-up is kind of like having the entire control tower go out of whack at a busy airport.
Ain’t no one gonna fly right, if that happens. Whether a person has acrophobia or not, I’m guessing that’d be nerve-wracking.
That’s a picture of MS. It gets on our nerves.
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