Here’s another post from our friend and Guest Blogger Marc Sherman, who regularly chronicles what he calls his “journey and struggle through the life changes attributed to the onset of Parkinson’s Disease.” in his “But This is the Hand That I Shoot With” blog.
“Parkinson’s isn’t my life. I have Parkinson’s. Why does it have to have to be my life?
By Marc Sherman
The quote comes from the movie, “Love and Other Drugs.” The movie was both fluff and at times true to life. The quote “Parkinson’s isn’t my life. I have Parkinson’s. Why does it have to be my life?” stuck with me, and made me wonder, is it my life? If so, is it possible for it not to be my life?