I don't think i have ever spoken to you directly so hello! I have noticed a couple of posts where you refer to having a low mood, yet another symptom of Parkinsons or reaction to the condition. Generally this thing we all have starts from the top and works its way to your toes so it is bound to get you down at times. I am a bit of a weirdo in as much as my shower time in the morning is my depression time! I talk to myself, cry a little get cross so by the time i am washed i feel so much better and i can begin my day. I feel lucky that i can begin my day plus i know that i could be a great deal worse than i am . There are some of us on here who have more progressive PD than i have so i don't wish to sound ike it is a walk in the park, we are all so different.
Feeling lucky is a strange thing to say my friends say, I have 3 conditions all of which i cope with the best i can and quite well i must say. I have Crohns disease which i have had since my early 20's and had a large chunk of bowel removed, i have PD and 2 yrs ago had thyroid cancer and had all that removed and treatment. Having my fair share of rubbish to contend with strangely enough has its challenges and that is how i look at it, A challenge to overcome and come through the other side. When i was told i had thyroid cancer the other two conditions seemed to fade into the distance, because this one had the potential to finish me off, but i am here so I am lucky!
Feeling low and depressed is something that can turn you upside down, as we all know this brain of ours is a powerful thing so you must talk to whoever is treating you for your PD, you have enough to contend without feeling miserable too. Your photo paints a different story, lovely pic
I do babble on a little, i dont wish to sound clever i just know how i feel and with my experiences and hate to see others having a difficult time.