Although I never wanted Parkinson's, I am thankful for some of the things it has taught me.
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buy trazodone cause I have learned that I am strong. Adversity can knock you down and it can make you stronger. PD is a big adversity. It does knock me down sometimes but I get back up. Although I know that my future is likely full of knock downs, I pray that it is also full of getting back up.