Care-Giving by Stages

  When you hear the diagnosis “Parkinson’s Disease”, you likely have a preconceived notion of what it is. But you also likely wonder, “What do we do now?” There are some important things to remember about PD and how it differs from other conditions. We know the progress will be slow. Whatever symptoms your spouseContinue reading “Care-Giving by Stages”

This is Personal!

I am not an expert on Parkinson’s Disease. I do not have any medical training. I do not even like going to doctors. I am the least likely person to be hired as a care-giver. I do not feel like I deserve a medal for being a care-giver.   But I do have this self-constructedContinue reading “This is Personal!”

Trivia Friday!

This is Post #28! Since I post every week, this means I have been blogging for 6 months! I am shocked! Time has just flown by. It has been a privilege to chat with you on many important topics about caring for a loved one with Parkinson’s disease. Thank you for reading and commenting. InsteadContinue reading “Trivia Friday!”

Happy Pills!

When you feel like you’re about to lose it, what do you do? When you feel like this disease will never end, how do you go on? When you have cleaned up the floor or the bathroom 3 times in one day, how do you keep that smile on your face? For me, I thinkContinue reading “Happy Pills!”