Please help us get in your local library!
Six copies of A Soft Voice in a Noisy World are in the Fairfax County Public Library! If you are in Northern Virginia and want to read this book from the library, 6 copies are available for your convenience.
We are excited about making our latest book, Dealing and Healing with Parkinson’s Disease and Other Health Conditions, available as well!
If you would like for your local library to have copies available in your area or are interested in our recently released workbook, Dealing and Healing with Parkinson’s and Other Health Conditions please have your local library contact us or send us your library information.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 772-444-7622. Thank You!
The Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Community lost 2 of its best known iconic figures in 2016. The most recognizable figure on the planet, the boxing legend and humanitarian, Mohamed Ali and Janet Reno, the first US female Attorney General. Thanks to both of them for their awareness and advocacy in spreading the word on PD and the importance of educating the public, our government, and the medical world. They were very public faces who helped to express the needs of this community.
This year I have been to far too many funerals of dear friends who have succumbed to the symptoms of PD. It is a tragic reality– one, that I dread sharing with you.
It is my hope for 2017, that we see more cooperation from all parties involved in drug manufacturing, drug regulation, and drug research to lead to some understanding of just how our brains work. Someone, somewhere, sometime in the not so distant future is going to recognize a common element or link that may very well break open the mystery of Parkinson’s disease. Until that very special day, when the brain reveals itself, it is our duty to ourselves and our loved ones, to do all that we can for ourselves and our conditions.
I wish all of you, my friends and readers, a very healthy and happy New Year!
This time of year it’s hard to be right, some sing carols or Silent Night.
There is but one phrase to cover your back, whether you’re Jewish or Christian, it’ll cover the slack.
Politically safe and correct is this phrase, wishing you well by saying Happy Holidays!
Thanks to all of you for reading my writing. I’d love to hear from you, if you have comments or suggestions for future posts.
Just in time for the holiday season, we are giving away 2 copies of our latest book, Dealing and Healing with Parkinson’s Disease and Other Health Conditions: A Workbook for Body, Mind, and Spirit will randomly award a copy to some lucky follower.
To be eligible for this drawing, all you have to do is follow me on Amazon and click the link below: