Why should a relationship with someone who has Parkinson's be any different?
In short, people around you need to come to terms with your PD and its implications for the relationship.
If you have Parkinson’s disease, you probably realize that all of your relationships — those with your spouse, partner, family, friends, colleagues and acquaintances — can change.
They can change in a good way (you renew and deepen a connection) or in a bad way (you completely lose a relationship).
Start by deciding how you want your relationships to grow over the course of your disorder. It happened, and now all of those around you need to come to terms with it. You will need to find a way to help children come to terms with your illness.