Comfort us.

  She had fallen on her knees while running. There was even blood! She didn’t want to cry, but the tears ran down her cheeks nonetheless. The little girl’s mother ran to her and explained that there are 10 different types of plaster, 12 types of pill and 8 types of ointment. Oh, and if […]

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Snosnikrap

I still remember it so well – what it was like before, when we were not yet – when I was not yet – and before they, before anyone. Others have long since forgotten what it was like before and might think I’ve always been like this. They’ve got used to it, they hardly ever […]

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Dream on, Baby

What did you dream about last night? Who were you with? No matter what, I assume you were yourself? I’m always myself in my dreams. Which can be a bit of a pain, especially when I’ve been known to dream 3 dreams a night. Sometimes, I’m just a passive bystander watching from the sidelines, sometimes […]

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I just love working with People with Colds

I love working with People with Colds. Yep, I’ve fully immersed myself in the subject. Well, in all that snot. I’ve since discovered that they’re not the SUM of all that snot. Rather, they just happen to have lots of it. So, I’ve immersed myself in all that snot. And I’ve also discovered that there […]

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I need new tools

You’re so used to be able to do everything and anything. Got tools for just about everything. Especially those automated jobs, like walking or smiling. Or shrugging your shoulders. Or getting up fast to go and do something even faster. Or answer a question really quickly. Tap your fingers just for fun or out of […]

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Parkinson’s – the least of my problems

  Your life consists of good and not good. Regardless of whether that’s self-induced or caused by someone or something else. Sometimes it can hover between the two, sort of semi-good. But mostly it’s simply good or not good. From ‘everything is good’ to ‘everything is most certainly not good’ If you’re diagnosed with Parkinson’s […]

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Things that you do/don’t/never have to get used to

 Oh, I could get used to that! That glorious sunshine, that peace and tranquillity, that plush bed, that fancy house. You’d better get used to it. There’s nothing else for it. Hm, this might take a bit of getting used to. This getting up at 6 am business. Ugh!  Well, you’ll just have to get […]

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#theyhavedifficultydualtasking #Parkinsons #therapist

 “So, you have to get them to do exercises, where they have to perform two or more tasks simultaneously. This trains their brains, because this type of thing isn’t easy for these people, you know. It’s nothing to worry about, but you do have to know how to deal with them. You’ll also start to […]

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