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      Ally
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      Countless studies and loads of anecdotal evidence, too, proclaim the life-changing power of practicing gratitude. It’s even the subject of a recent column by Mary Beth Skylis, which you can listen to as a flash briefing here.

      Do you have a regular gratitude practice? If you do, do you notice an improvement in your mood, mindset or even your symptoms when you express thankfulness for anything? What helps you focus on being grateful when times are tough?

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      MARIA BACIGALUPE
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      I am not a person with PD but a persona who works with people with PD (PPD) and relatives, and the gratitude I have to PPD and their relatives is infinite, I have no words to say thanks to them. Without them my life would’t have sense.

      We’ve conducted a Parkinson’s Workshop since 2002, so this year is our 20th anniversary!

      Pandemia times have been really challenging to us but we continue with online meetings and whatsapp group and we’ve survived! Hope we soon  return to in person meetings to dance and play to improve our mobility and quality of life!

      Thanks Parkinson’s Today Forum for the opportunity to express my gratitude!

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