It’s so not you!

Previously published as guest blog by the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. And she was right. She casually hit the nail on the head as we chatted by the meat counter in the supermarket. That’s the thing with: illness, tragedy, loss…it’s so not YOU. Neither is a Parkinson’s diagnosis at 46. It’s just […]

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Sobsnivelsniff

You bump into a friend, they ask how you’re doing, and snap – you burst into tears. You don’t want to cry. Not again. Because it invariably prompts the question: you’re still having a hard time coming to terms with it, aren’t you – isn’t there someone you can talk to, a psychologist or something? […]

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Afraid

I thought that I was scared, but it seems that others are every bit as scared as me. Scared of me, my Parkinson’s, my fear, my tears. How you notice exactly, I can’t quite put my finger on, but you do notice. An imperceptible, almost reverent expectation. And then comes the inevitable question, the question […]

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