Donut you forget about me... 🍩
Where Emma hasn't forgotten about you
Just popping in to say I haven’t forgotten about you all! Full service will resume next week but in the meantime I have a few things for you.
Appreciation 🤗🤗🤗 Thank you for all the messages checking in on me and general support, I am a lucky gal. (Sorry, if I haven’t replied directly, I’ll get there)
The A-Z of Parkinson’s is now in a handy ebook format. If you become a paying subscriber you will get a copy straight to your inbox. Or you can get a copy here.
I have started to organise this letter and you’ll see a new section at the top called ‘parenting’. If you are interested in reading how PD affects kids and how being a parent impacts PD you might find some useful bits there. There will be plenty more to come. 👀
Gosh...parenting! I'm a parent of 2 kids in their 30s. Nowadays it sometimes feels like they're parenting me! They're great young people and they've always been lovely children and since my dx 2 years ago, they've become even more caring. It makes me feel grateful that my dx came later in life (l was 64) and aware of how it must be to have young children or teenagers living at home AND to have PD. I guess it's very tough, although having dependent children also forces you to engage and gives a lot of distraction! It amazes me how wise young people can be. Our children become amazing people thanks to, or despite , their upbringing! They'll find their way. Sending love as always, Sarah 🥰