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Hi Friends!

Welcome to Rockstar Women With MS, the site where I (Lisa Cohen) do my best to empower women living with Multiple Sclerosis (“MS”).

I’m here to help women who are feeling overwhelmed and defeated by living with MS find the support and resources they need to regain hope as well as active control over the direction and quality of their lives.


I’ve been living with MS since 2001, and I know firsthand that living with MS can be HARD.  To call it “challenging” would be an understatement.

I know from personal experience how easy it can be to feel alone, defeated, and left on the sidelines of life because of MS symptoms and physical disability.

Because of that, I’m committed to helping you learn how to actively manage and overcome the day-to-day challenges of life with MS. 

I’ll speak honestly about the struggles that I’ve had, what has worked for me and what hasn’t, and the experiences on my continuing journey to find even more ways for us all to enjoy a better quality of life while living with MS.


Why Rockstar Women With MS exists

Rockstar Women With MS exists for the same reasons that compelled me to write my Amazon #1 Bestseller “Overcome The BS of MS”: I learned that there was a common thread in both my own experiences and those of several women with MS that I’ve spoken to across the US and internationally––Women are feeling like they’re not finding support to help them actively manage what they’re experiencing in their life with MS.

Most of these women have told me that they don’t attend support groups because they feel worse after attending.  They told me that they don’t want to just “sit around and be sick,” but most of the support options that they’ve found so far feel to them like they’re about precisely that. 

From my own personal experience and from what these other women were telling me, I truly believed that there was a real need for someone to provide an alternative space and try to answer the question of “What concrete things can I actively do to improve the quality of my life with MS?”

I created Rockstar Women With MS to be that alternative.

What You’ll Find Here

This site exists to be a “You’re not alone, I’m there with you, and we will make it through this together” along the journey of life with MS.

On this site, you’ll find resources ranging from coaching support and educational information that helps you manage life with MS to more social and fun resources that feel like a needed respite or “girl’s night out.” Head to the Products & Resources page to enjoy the goodies that are located there, and also go “backstage” (Yes, you all get a free Backstage Pass!  Grab it here.) to get lots of cool free stuff from me that the rest of the world doesn’t get. 🙂

In my own experience, I’ve found that there are concrete things that you can do to help manage and counterbalance what I call the “BS of MS” on a daily basis, so I will be sharing and teaching those things.  Hopefully, they will help you AND spare you some of the grief that I went through and years that I lost before I’d figured them out on my own.

Don’t forget to grab your FREE copy of my book “Overcome The BS of MS!”  My book shows you the system that I used to overcome the ongoing BS of MS, so that you can learn to do the same.  When you sign up, you’ll also receive instructions on how to join the Rockstar Women With MS Private Facebook Group.

Like life with MS, this site is a work in progress and I hope that you’ll check back often to enjoy awesome new content and updates.

Get In Touch With Me…

If you have questions, want to learn about additional activities and events, or would like to share some of your own experiences of life with MS, you can get in touch with me by clicking the “Contact” link below or any of the social media links on this site.

Thanks Again For Visiting!


I’m glad that you found Rockstar Women With MS.  I hope that you’ll feel encouraged, supported, and energized every time that you visit this site.  Just remember that you’re not alone.  I’ve got your back!

– Lisa Cohen