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Michael J. Fox's Winning Mindset Through Parkinson's

Michael J. Fox's Winning Mindset Through Parkinson's

Michael J. Fox - Take That Risk Video


"It's all about accepting, and surrendering, and saying this is something that I can, not to get too 12 step about it, but it's what's in my power? What's in my control? Do I throw in the towel, and have a tantrum about it, or kill myself? What? None of those are acceptable solutions to me. The only one that's acceptable is to go on and see what happens. What I find is cool is there's great stuff out there when you walk through this stuff, when you walk through the fear, when you walk through what are people going to think about it, or what's going to happen, or something's going to happen. You don't know what it is, but chances are at least 50/50, it'll be pretty good. I'm willing to take that risk."

- Michael J. Fox

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