Reaching a Milestone and an Inspiring New Book to Read

Look at you.  You're in Spain.  You're walking out here on the Meseta.  How many people are doing this?  How many people with a chronic disease do you see out here today?......Do something good, Carol.  Find something good to do with it."    From The Ribbon of Road Ahead   Twitchy Woman has reached a …

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Some good reads for Parkies

 I won’t sit back and allow Parkinson’s to destroy my world. I’ll learn the language, understand the context of my new reality, and then encourage others to thrive with me in this battle.   Tim Hague Over the years, I have read a number of books about Parkinson's Disease. Some written by the "experts", some …

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The Twitchy Woman Unscientific Study, Dan’s Progress and More

I know you are all waiting eagerly for the results of the very unscientific study that was posted a couple of weeks ago about dominant hand and the start of Parkinson’s symptoms.  As of two days ago there were 299 responses in various forms. The results were interesting, but defiinitely not conclusive.  Those whose symptoms …

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Books, Laughter and Exercise

I love to read a good book.  I have had the opportunity to read two very different books in the last few weeks by authors who have Parkinsons's.  At the World Parkinson Congress, I was fortunate to hear author Alice Lazzarini talk about her book Both Sides Now: A Journey from Researcher to Patient.  Her story …

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