We’re looking for both positive and negative stories for the next issue of The Parkinson magazine, about how your friends react to your condition – and what you think the best thing someone can do for a friend with Parkinson’s. Do you ever feel your friends treat you differently because you have Parkinson’s? Perhaps, unintentionally, they’ve assumed you can’t do certain things, or lack patience. Perhaps they have tried to do too much for you sometimes. What are some of the nicest or most helpful things your friends have done for you? And what’s the best advice you’d give to someone whose friend has just been diagnosed with Parkinson’s?