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Carol D. O

I'm so glad to see the Parkinson's Blog Network develop. I cared for my mom who suffered from Parkinson's for almost 15 years.

I wrote every day of the last three years she lived with me. I wrote about my fears and isolation--what you elude to in your article.

I know it all too well.

Writing or blogging can keep a caregiver alive--the ability to step out of one's circumstances and observe them in a third person perspective can allow us to kinder to ourselves, more patient, and see the bigger picture.
I look forward to participating.

My journals became a book, MOTHERING MOTHER: A Daughter's Humorous and Heartbreaking Memoir,

available on Amazon and in most bookstores.
I wrote it so others won't have to feel so alone.
~Carol D. O'Dell


Parkinson's disease is a big problem. This sickness needs to be treated for the rest of the life. When a person suffers of Parkinson's disease, she must be conscient that this problem is difficult to control and requires a lot of patience. When a young person has this health problem, she generally don't feel like living.
You must know that PD is a degenerative disorder ot the cenral nervous system and affects movements and speech. You can feel postural instability, rigidity, fail in your reflexes and pain in your articulations and muscles.
Take care of this sickness and don't loss the patience, because not all it's bad.

There are some solutions to control this problem; treatmnets with therapy and drugs.

If you want to know about this kind of drugs, please visit this website:


Kate Kelsall

Thanks, Camilo, for the information on PD medication.

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