Traditionally, the task of doctors has been to diagnose and treat disorders, while the more delicate problems of how a disorder affects the patient and his or her surroundings have either been neglected or dealt with by relatives, nurses, social workers, and others. Consequently, almost nothing can be found in medical literature on this aspect. However, in the context of suicide and chronic somatic disorders, the effects of a disorder are important in order to understand why people with, for example, a neurological disorder may have an increased risk of suicide. Therefore, in this chapter the present knowledge on the psychosocial aspect of one neurological disorder, i.e., multiple sclerosis, is presented.