Parkinson’s disease, Bernie and Zephyr. Reflections on politics, spirituality and male maturity.
Why men need to keep their eye on the path, not the prizes on the horizon.
He has a hip that his cell phone rests on below his belt clip. Like a gun slinger ready for some action and there is action everywhere.
David S. Shaw has Parkinson’s, but that’s not why he falls down.
The rock legend taught me some things about coping with my disease.
We don’t age alone. This can be both a comfort and a wake up call.
Mental illness. Physical illness. Why do we react to and treat them so differently? And what harm does that do?
David Winner on the rules for oxygen under hospice care and the still moments in his mother’s final days.
What gifts of care or truth are worthwhile to the dying, and to those left behind?
Thirty years after being inspired by a TV character J.R. Reed is inspired by the real life of Michael J. Fox.
To combat his bipolar disorder, Gabi Coatsworth’s son was given a cocktail of mood stabilizers—to disastrous effect.