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A series of 1-page summaries from the blog entitled "Journey with Parkinson's". Preface: 5-pages of the blog post Living and Working with “HOPE” in the Presence of Parkinson’s; Part 1: Some of Frank’s quotes about living with Parkinson’s (four 1-page handouts); Part 2: Suggestions, character traits, and tips for the journey through life and career in the absence and presence of Parkinson’s (seven 1-page summaries); Part 3: Health and exercise while living with Parkinson’s (five 1-page summaries); Part 4: Historical time-line of Parkinson’s disease (six 1-page reports). Throughout many of the blog posts, I believe that words/concepts like hope, positive, persistent, staying happy and healthy, exercise (a lot, daily if possible), and refuse to give up are all important 'life-lines' for us to adopt in our dealing with this disorder. Today's message returns to hope and “HOPE”. I use HOPE as an acronym in Parkinson’s and it stands for:
H = Hope/Health(y); O = Optimistic/Positive; P = Persistent/Perseverance; E = Enthusiasm for life, for career, and for exercise.