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She was old, wrinkled and she was thinking things over. Was she content with her lot? She had been through so much, it was almost impossible to know where to begin fathoming the answer. Souls don’t wrinkle So, there she was, thinking things over, as was her habit. Her thinking wasn’t wrinkled. Neither was her soul. […]

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Parkinson’s First Aid Part II. Resistance.

Remember that sea, those swirling waves and the bambino on the beach with his bucket and spade? And that sandcastle? Well, today, I misplaced my own trusty spade. Had absolutely no idea where I’d put it. Not that I had sandcastles on my mind. Far from it. But I did want my spade back. On a […]

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Parkinson’s First Aid

You, or someone you know, has got Parkinson’s. Perhaps you’ve only just found out or maybe you’ve known for years. If you’ve only just found out, you’ll probably be feeling pretty overwhelmed to say the least. All you can think, is: What Now!? As a matter of fact, you think the same, regardless of whether […]

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6 million reasons to smile :-)

Why did I write ‘6 million reasons NOT to smile’ in my previous blog? Because I was sad. I needed hope, for me and my family, for a friend and his family. And for those 6 million others with parkinson’s. A demanding kind of hope Not just hope that one day…but a demanding kind of hope. […]

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6 million reasons not to smile

How many of them can you name? Your grandmother, an American celebrity or that Dutch blogger. How many ever got better? How can we have photos of Mars and print 3D organs, yet we still can’t cure any of those 6 million? 6 million people have Parkinson’s. There’s nothing we can do about it. And […]

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Nice name, Parkinson

  James had quite a nice surname. But… Parkinson is simply too nice a word. It not only contains an a, i and o; it also ends on a decidedly amiable note. Would he really have wanted his agreeable surname to be used for an incurable, progressive, degenerative, neurological disease? I mean, we’re not talking […]

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Parkinsonneritis

Now, now! Tut, tut. Get a grip. I suspect you might be suffering from a touch of parkinsonneritis. Yes, you do. Not that it matters, but I hope you realise we all feel a little under the weather from time to time. I’m a complete wreck at times, yet I still manage to soldier on. Why […]

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Quotes from Parkinson Disease Foundation Uganda

          Parkinson Disease Foundation Uganda, Didi Luku Ronald (director) Don’t let the visibility of your parkinson’s make you become invisible its easy to become introverted with PD. never be ashamed of how you look Engage with your parkinson’s, understand it, study it, research shows people who get involved and proactively face […]

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