MS & Potty Mouth

Reprinted from PN October 2012

Book details coping with MS, battling suicide and depression, and surviving divorce.

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Renae Clare’s counseling sessions unlocked the door to a new chapter in her life.

Clare, who has been living with multiple sclerosis (MS) for more than 40 years, realized during a writing exercise that her experiences with MS were too important not to be shared. Determined to inspire others, Clare has written Potty Mouth: A Woman Disabled with Multiple Sclerosis Bravely Meets Life’s Challenges with Courage, Wisdom, and a Profane Sense of Humor.

Her book details how she copes with MS, battled suicide and depression, and survived a devastating divorce. Clare’s book is peppered with humor and a bit of cheeky profanity, adding authenticity and realness to her messages and stories.

“I want people to feel inspired, to feel there is hope at the end of a long dark tunnel, to know that going to some sort of therapy will be healing and will help them get on with their life and find some hidden talent and purpose within,” Clare says. “I want people to feel hope.”

Potty Mouth is available in paperback for $19.95 or as an e-book for $7.69 at

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