Things People With MS Don't Want to Hear Most people are well-meaning, but there are certain things MSers don\u2019t want to hear! Watch the video above, or read the\u00a0written summary below. 1. \u201cYou\u2019re so brave.\u201d This is not only infuriating, but also extremely patronizing! 2. \u201cThat scooter looks like fun!\u201d Although mobility scooters have changed many MSers lives, we would much rather be able to walk. 3. \u201cI get tired, too.\u201d People with MS get tired, but the\u00a0crippling fatigue\u00a0most of us feel is not regular tiredness; it makes even the smallest action a monumental effort. 4. \u201cYou don\u2019t look ill.\u201d If fatigue is your main symptom, people are never going to understand how bad you feel and will often suggest you have MS \u201cmildly\u201d compared to other people. 5. \u201cI\u2019ve got a weak bladder, too.\u201d People who say this don\u2019t have mobility issues making it harder to physically get there on time, and usually don\u2019t know what it\u2019s like when you don\u2019t make it. 6. \u201cOh, I know how you feel.\u201d No, you don\u2019t. 7. \u201cDisabled parking permit? You\u2019re so lucky!\u201d It may seem \u201clucky\u201d to our able-bodied friends, but we just wish we didn\u2019t need one. 8. \u201cHave you tried..?\u201d People do this to us all the time, and though their intentions are good, it\u2019s really not helpful.