What is PSP ? PROGRESSIVE SUPRANUCLEAR PALSY is a brain disease in the category of “neurodegenerative” diseases along with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Lou Gehrig’s diseases. In PSP, cells in some areas of the brain accumulate clumps of a protein called “tau” and gradually die off. Those cells control walking, balance, mobility, vision, speech, swallowing, sleep..
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Keith Swankie – The Commander and Chief of PSP warriors recently managed to pry 25,000 pounds from the Scottish Parliament for PSP awareness and support. To view his story click on the link below. https://t.co/CUlqTuZRur
Zootopia was an animated movie by Disney featuring all animal characters, more of a family film, especially for the grandkids. During the movie, there was a scene Trish and I particularly enjoyed and identified with. The two main characters go into the DMV (our equivalent to MTO) to get some information. Most everyone with a..
Earlier today, a newer patient member of one of my online groups, asked for the name of a man I mentioned in my book. I liken my short-term memory to that of a basket strainer. Much of what I hear read or see passes through with some things remaining. Even though I wrote the book,..
This was the view today in my sanctuary during my time of prayer and reflection – peaceful… serene. These, are troubling and tumultuous times we are living in. Death, destruction, corruption, partisan politics, misguided and fake leadership. Real climate change, greed, intolerance, hostile governments looking to assault and interfere with established democracies. Lets’ not forget..
Why an Amazon Book Review? Amazon is the largest platform for online book sales – The PSP Chronicles included. Book reviews are incredibly important – it’s how readers choose what to buy and it helps a book gain traction on Amazon, amongst all the other books available for purchase. Amazon reviews carry weight, that’s..
Monday September 24, 2018 is the official launch of the PSP Chronicles. There will be a three week Blurb Blitz/ blog tour via Godessfish Promotions. Book proceeds go to Cure PSP and PSPA for research towards treatment-cure and support.
Just completed Tim Brown’s PSP Chronicles. I smiled, frowned, laughed and cried. Thank you Tim for sharing your story -an honest raw account from someone living with PSP – Cindy Ronald