What did Justin Bieber or Avrile Lavigne ever do for us?
YumaBev figured it's time to rap Parkinson's vocabulary on YouTube.
Let's make our disease more famous, sort of a designer disease that could be individualized, prestigious and avant-garde. The disease of choice among sophisticated retired Baby Boomers. The disease that identifies you as someone of good taste.
So YumaBev starts off at the beginning, teaching basic PD vocabulary. People don`t know what it is if they have no name for it. Something that we have no word for does not really exist in our minds. YumaBev sings and writes and blogs, mostly to people who do NOT have Parkinson's; the vast majority of people who have never been to DisneyKinyesha land. We can't just talk to each other; we have to send out ambassadors to translate our situation to the Normals. YumaBev surprises them, and they listen. She makes it hard for them to slam the door in our faces, because she is funny, and real, and she stands there and says "Yes, I have Parkinson's, and I will show it to you, not hide it from you." PWP, in general, are flatly truthful. I do not know if that automatically means they are more honest. But they are more truthful in blurting it right out - kaboom: here is my life; love it or leave it. I think PWP tend to blurt out the truth, in different settings, such as this: