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Rage Against the Dopamine: Explaining Parkinson's to My Kids

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How do you tell your kids about a disease like Parkinson’s? “Well, darling, it’s like this: Mummy’s going to get progressively slower at moving, talking, thinking.

Falling might be an issue and periodic bouts of choking, falling, and hallucinations. All whilst she’s dancing a jig to no music.” Yeah.

My kids were 11 and 15 when I was diagnosed. To a certain extent, it was easier as they knew I had been experiencing some weirdness.” The eldest responded in her eminently practical way and started researching cures…a form of denial?

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