We Have the Right to Grieve Parkinson’s Disease

We Have the Right to Grieve Parkinson’s Disease
Ashen faces stare forward, their lifeless eyes fixated on the pine box before them. Some weep, while others watch with blank expressions void of emotion. Both represent the grief that hangs heavy in the room. Death does not hold the rights to grief.  Some might say that grief comes from the passing of a soul from life here on Earth. ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News Today (Columns)Published on 2020-06-04By Sherri Woodbridge