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"I wasn’t good about in the beginning," admits Sigler.
I didn't think [he would] help me find the courage to come forward with my diagnosis.I didn’t want it to be at a time that was sad or insignificant. I looked at my husband, and he said, ‘Why are you crying? It’s just my biggest secret is out, and I don’t know how to live like that yet.’ He said, ‘Alright, let me pick up your phone first,’ and he started going through it and then said, ‘I want you to look at this.It would be a much better story if it went along [with something positive happening], so that was our plan! Read your text messages.’ There were friends from high school texting me that didn’t know, cousins that didn’t know, etc. And then there was people reaching out on social media, and it was so lovely.My husband said, ‘I’ve got Beau [our son], for the day, so you stay here and just rest and process it and work through it.' I had friends come over that brought flowers and lunch and just hung out.It was a day that I took to really reflect on my life with MS and all that I’ve been through.You didn’t do anything wrong, and you’re walking around like you did.’ I started to realize I was harboring all these feelings of shame and guilt, and it’s true, I didn’t do anything wrong, so why was I feeling so embarrassed and labeled by this?
It was a couple sessions of working with him and under hypnosis and giving me confidence.
At that point, I called Gary [my publicist], and said, ‘I’m ready.’ He was so happy, and my representatives were so happy, which I was surprised about.
They said, ‘Jamie, this is not only going to help you as a person and an actress, but you’re going to help so many other people, too.’Glamour: How did you come to a decision on the timing of the announcement?
"One of my doctor’s first pieces of advice was don’t go to a chat room. Because everyone’s going to talk about how bad it is and it will make you sad and paranoid.
So I’m just really proud that this site is a really positive community for people."It's also a chance for Sigler to talk about her life and go into more detail than she ever has before.
I'm still figuring out my life with it, and happy to do it with others who are feeling the same." Sigler is doing so with the help of Tecfedera, an oral treatment that can cut relapses in half.