The Prisoner of Parkinson theory. The diseased often suffers from envy towards those who are healthy.
Studies in the sociological theory of Parkinson.
The Prisoner of Parkinson is a man or woman who is suffering from this sickness. The ill person can receive help with the only sociological theory in the world studied for long-term illnesses.
This research is in the field of the pain sociology and the statement is: a healthy mind in a sick body, therefore a captive.
A typical sign of the prisoner status is the jealousy towards who is not suffering. Especially relevant is not possible to generalize all the cases. The envy is more felt in men than in women. Unfortunately, it is difficult to have figures since there is not a national study. The jealously is not related to the person before the disease.
The family must understand that their beloved is imprisoned in a Parkinson body. Hence it is not an easy position for both parties. The diseased can not explain the new situation and the partner does not know how to help. Therefore a terrible mistake is stop speaking. The imprisoned must try to talk to the fiancé and consequently must find all the energy to fight with his/her own mind against the disease.
In conclusion, once the Prisoner manages to gain back control of his/her body, he/she can go move forward to patient level.