So Many Choices

When I began this blog 3.5 years ago, I read that I should set a goal for my writing which would keep me focused and give purpose to this space. My goal is still to encourage and support those who care for a loved one with Parkinson’s Disease or any other chronic or degenerative disease.Continue reading “So Many Choices”

Are We OK With Apathy?

Much has been written about apathy on the part of patients with a degenerative disease such as Parkinson’s. Sometimes it seems as if they just give up. But if we look at it through the eyes of the patient, we might see things differently. They know their disease is going to only get worse. ItContinue reading “Are We OK With Apathy?”

Ten Things I have Learned from Parkinson’s

It is no secret that there are good days as well as difficult days for us as caregivers. Some days life moves along with very few minor bumps in the road. But then there are those other days when we just want to give up. I have had both, and I’m sure you have also.Continue reading “Ten Things I have Learned from Parkinson’s”