In the next edition of The Parkinson, we will be including an article about what makes people feel good and in control about their condition. We want to acknowledge the everyday things in life that people do to help themselves – the small but no less important achievements that people make, be it knitting some socks for their grandchild, writing letters to friends, being able to walk the dog that day – whatever it is that they aim for and feel better about when they do it.
So, what makes you feel good? What do you do to take control of your life with Parkinson’s? What picks you up after a difficult day, perhaps? Do you have a daily goal?
If you have any comments or anything to say about this, then please could you email firstname.lastname@example.org