The Tip of the Iceberg

We have all heard the old saying “What you see is what you get.” And in many cases that is true. But it is not true with Parkinson’s Disease. You may think this is a disease where the patient shakes all the time. That’s what I always thought. And on the surface, that may beContinue reading “The Tip of the Iceberg”

A Range of Emotions

My mission is to provide sincere practical encouragement and support for those caring for patients with Parkinson’s Disease. Today’s epiphany is this: it is okay if there are moments when I cry, moments when I laugh, times when I think I have it all together, and times when I feel as if I am comingContinue reading “A Range of Emotions”

I Like my Problems More than Your Problems

The purpose of this blog is to encourage and support those who care for someone with Parkinson’s Disease. However, today’s post applies to everyone. So please keep reading, no matter your circumstances. I learned 2 valuable lessons this week that are loosely related. First, I really like my problems better than your problems. And second,Continue reading “I Like my Problems More than Your Problems”

Past, Present, and Future – Part Three

I’ve written about the past, putting it behind us, both the best and worst of it. And I’ve written about the future, planning for it as much as possible, but not worrying about it because we cannot control it. But today is more important in many ways. It is the now. It is where weContinue reading “Past, Present, and Future – Part Three”