“Lisa is incredibly optimistic, just in her nature she is,” the 26-year-old son of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne said of Lisa, who he has a 2-month-old daughter named Pearl with. “She’s very caring, very nurturing, and she was like, ‘Hey, this is not so great news, but let’s figure out how to make this a good thing.’
“And, you know, the prescribed lifestyle with having MS is minimize stress, exercise regularly, eat right and, you know, get a lot of sleep.”
Morgan softly joked to Osbourne the diagnosis was the best thing that ever happened to him.
“That is the best kind of recipe to live by for anyone!” Jack said.
Morgan asked Jack if there are any moments where he asks, “Why me?”
“It’s usually at night when I’m injecting myself with a giant needle full of stuff that’s supposed to keep me out of a wheelchair,” Jack said. “I’ve had a couple moments, where I’m a bit like, ‘Ugh, so it’s this for the rest of my life or until they come up with something better.'”