How do other partners cope with going to pubs and restaurants with their parthers when they have quite severe dyskinesias? My husband has had Parkinson's for almost 13 years but recently his mobility has got worse and he is very' wriggly' and on the move all of the time. We are all fine with this at home and with people who know him, but when we go out recently it is becoming really very uncomfortable. People are staring and assuming he is drunk - which is so unfair when he has just ordered his first half of lager of the day! I know you will all say ignore it but it is so uncomfortable and I want to stand up and scream 'He Has Parkinson's' but that would just make it worse. To make things even more complicated - my husband does not realise he is wriggling about and that people cannot understand what he is saying - he blames me for not being able to hear him and says I am imagining the wriggling. To other Parkinson's people out there - please do not be angry with me. I am just saying it as it is and I AM sympathetic - but sometimes it is hard for those of us who care.