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kimberly wells interview on multiple sclerosis by: Christopher Hampton edited by: nevaughn brown CH: I want to get to know you. Know your passions. Know you and what makes you “you” and what makes you different. Then share about the invisible illness. And I was not trying to make focus about the illness. KW: It's okay, I'm all about awareness, I'm all about sharing my story. People will say “ I know someone that has it” but they don't really know what it is. I have found that so many other people are dealing with this. They are people I know people we went to school with and they will inbox me. It's nothing to be ashamed of.And I am like you didn't do anything to get this. You got it let's talk about it. CH: Sometimes I think it's out of sight out of mind then so we are not thinking about how it effects your life or what you go through. It doesn't come up as that bad but when you realize how much goes into it it makes a difference. Chiming in about the medications and complications that arise Chris calls Kimberley by her twin sisters name and her laugh breaks the seriousness of the conversation. Chris tries to recover and remembers he left his notes in the other room where there is an audition for The Everyday Girl being held. This only makes her laugh harder and her light spirited chuckle forces him to