Some people find their religious faith or spiritual beliefs give them strength when facing a diagnosis of MSA, or if someone close to them has been given a diagnosis. You might like to talk to your faith leader about your worries and fears. They will have been involved with supporting and talking to people who have been through similar experiences to you.
Your faith community may also be a good source of practical and emotional support.
A hospital chaplain will be willing to help people of any religion and those who don’t have a faith. You can ask to talk to the chaplain at any time while at the hospital.