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  • Hi everyone, I'm Emma,

    大家好,我是艾瑪。

  • and just under four years ago, at the age of 29,

    而就在不到四年前,29歲的時候。

  • I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.

    我被診斷出患有帕金森症。

  • I can't control my own slides because my hands are shaking too much,

    我不能控制自己的幻燈片,因為我的手太抖了。

  • so someone's controlling them for me.

    所以有人替我控制了他們。

  • It's you, that's where I need to look. Thank you.

    是你,我要找的就是你。謝謝你

  • I'm going to do this every time I need to control it.

    我'每次需要控制的時候都會這樣做。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • I want to talk to you about what Parkinson's has taught me

    我想和你談談帕金森症對我的啟示。

  • during that time.

    在此期間,。

  • It's very subtle.

    它'很微妙。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • I was diagnosed just under four years ago

    我是在四年前被診斷出來的

  • at the age of 29.

    29歲的時候。

  • I wasn't expecting Parkinson's.

    我沒有想到帕金森'氏症。

  • No one is at that age. No one is.

    沒有人在這個年齡。沒有人是。

  • If you're a girl under a particular age,

    如果你'是一個特定年齡以下的女孩。

  • I think it's quite rare for women to get it,

    我覺得女人得這種病挺少見的。

  • and it's definitely rare for 29-year-old women to get it.

    和它'29歲的女人絕對罕見的得到它。

  • I'd had a strange feeling in my right arm for a long time.

    我'我的右臂有一種奇怪的感覺,很久了。

  • Something that I couldn't pin down to anything in particular.

    我不能把它歸結為什麼特別的東西。

  • And I'd been ignoring it.

    而我'一直忽略了它。

  • And it was eventually that my dad said to me,

    而最終還是我爸對我說的。

  • 'Go to the doctors, get it sorted.

    '去找醫生,把它解決了。

  • You need to get this sorted, it's really important'.

    你得把這個問題解決了,這真的很重要'。

  • And I did.

    而我也做到了。

  • And they took me for brain scans,

    他們還帶我去做腦部掃描。

  • and I thought, 'Ooh, we're getting serious now.

    我想,'哦,我們'現在越來越嚴重。

  • This is getting a bit -- it's kind of risky territory'.

    這有點--這是一種危險的領域'。

  • But I'm still thinking,

    但我'還在思考。

  • 'Probably a trapped nerve, or a carpal tunnel at worst'.

    '可能是神經受困,或者最壞的情況下是腕管'。

  • I was never thinking anything more serious.

    我從來沒有想過更嚴重的事情。

  • And the brain scans --

    而腦部掃描...

  • while I was waiting for them they said to me,

    當我在等他們的時候,他們對我說。

  • 'It could be Parkinson's disease,

    '可能是帕金森氏症。

  • it could be Huntington's disease, or it could be Wilson's disease'.

    它可能是亨廷頓'病,或者它可能是威爾遜'病'。

  • And in the weirdest thing that anyone's probably ever thought,

    而在最奇怪的事情,任何人'的可能曾經想過。

  • I was rooting for Parkinson's,

    我是支持帕金森症的。

  • because the other ones you die from, and I wasn't ready to die.

    因為其他的你死了,而我還沒準備好死。

  • [29.04.2013]

    [29.04.2013]

  • This was eventually my diagnosis date.

    這最終是我的診斷日期。

  • It took a little while to get there,

    花了一點時間才到。

  • but it was actually a day that for me was a day of decisiveness,

    但其實這一天,對我來說是個果斷的日子。

  • not a day of sadness.

    沒有一天是悲傷的。

  • It was the day where I knew how to move forward

    在這一天,我知道該如何前進了

  • and how to proceed with things.

    以及如何處理事情。

  • It was also a day that I had my family around me.

    這一天,也是我身邊有家人的日子。

  • We went on a fun family day out that day, because we were all together,

    那天,我們一家三口出去玩,因為我們都在一起。

  • we just thought, 'We're here, let's do something fun'.

    我們只是想,'我們'在這裡,讓我們'做一些有趣的事情'。

  • And it became the day that I knew where my support network was,

    而這一天,我知道了我的支持網絡在哪裡。

  • that they were around me, they were there for good to help me.

    他們在我身邊,他們是為了幫助我。

  • And every text I got, I got more and more positive in return.

    而我每收到一條簡訊,得到的回報也越來越積極。

  • One of my juniors at work sent me a text saying,

    我工作的一個後輩給我發了一條簡訊說。

  • 'Trust you to get an old person's disease'.

    '相信你會得老人家的病'。

  • And I thought, 'Great, that's the level we're going for'.

    我想,'太好了,這就是我們的水準'。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • We were back to normal immediately.

    我們馬上恢復了正常。

  • There's 127,000 people currently in the UK living with Parkinson's disease,

    目前在英國有12.7萬人患有帕金森病。

  • I am just one of those people.

    我就是這樣的人。

  • But I have been given an opportunity to tell my story countless times,

    但我已經得到了無數次講述自己故事的機會。

  • and I think that's because I put a slant on it

    我認為這是因為我把它的斜線

  • that is a positive one.

    那是一個積極的。

  • It's definitely easy for people to digest,

    這'絕對容易讓人消化。

  • but it's also made it easier for me to come to terms with it.

    但它'也讓我更容易接受它。

  • Because ultimately, I was dealt this big, old,

    因為最終,我被處理了這個大,老。

  • ugly package of Parkinson's and I thought, 'What am I going to do with it?

    醜陋的帕金森包,我想,'我要用它做什麼?

  • I've got to find out what to do with it to make my life good,

    我'得想辦法讓我的生活變得美好。

  • and make my life strong, and to make decisions for myself'.

    並讓我的生活變得強大,為自己做決定'。

  • And I realised that actually,

    我才發現,其實。

  • I couldn't change what was happening to me.

    我無法改變發生在我身上的事情。

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    [C8H11NO2]

  • I had a lack of dopamine in my system,

    我體內缺乏多巴胺。

  • and that is something that is a massive deal.

    而這是一件大事。

  • If anyone knows anything about Parkinson's,

    如果有誰知道關於帕金森的事情。

  • Parkinson's causes a lack of dopamine,

    帕金森'的原因是缺乏多巴胺。

  • a chemical which controls temperature, mood, your movements,

    一種控制溫度、情緒、動作的化學物質。

  • the way your brain communicates with every single muscle in your body.

    你的大腦與你身體的每一塊肌肉的交流方式。

  • You're fighting a battle against your brain

    你正在與你的大腦作戰。

  • and you're not going to win.

    而你'不會贏。

  • But I thought, 'I can repackage this.

    但我想,'我可以重新包裝這個。

  • I work in branding, I can repackage this

    我是做品牌的,我可以把這個重新包裝一下。

  • and actually make it something that works for me and that I enjoy'.

    並實際使它的東西,為我工作,我喜歡'。

  • So I'm still dealing with the same thing,

    所以我'還在處理同樣的事情。

  • but I'm dealing with it in a way

    但我在處理它的方式。

  • that leads me to positivity and happiness, ultimately.

    導致我積極和幸福,最終。

  • And I'd love to share with you

    我很想和你分享。

  • the ways that I've actually found happiness

    幸福的方式,我實際上已經找到了幸福。

  • in something as big as Parkinson's.

    在像帕金森's這樣的大。

  • Some is through what I'm wearing.

    有些是通過我'的穿著。

  • Obviously, this makes me happy.

    顯然,這讓我很高興。

  • So I'm going to share with you my ten ways to find happiness

    所以我'要和大家分享我的十種尋找幸福的方法。

  • when it really doesn't want to be found.

    當它真的不想被發現時。

  • These are the ten ways that I've looked to what I have as a situation

    這是我'的十種方法,我看我有什麼情況。

  • and actually made it my own,

    並居然是我自己做的。

  • and made it something that I'm happy and proud of.

    並使它成為我'高興和自豪的東西。

  • Don't look for happiness.

    不要尋找幸福。

  • Ultimately, if you go searching for it,

    最終,如果你去尋找它。

  • you're not going to find anything long-term.

    你'不會找到長期的東西。

  • I've looked for it in the form of men on white horses

    我以白馬人的形式來尋找它。

  • carrying armour and things like that.

    攜帶盔甲之類的東西。

  • I've looked for it in the bottom ofagen-Dazs tubs.

    我在哈根達斯的浴缸底部找過它。

  • I've looked for it in the bottom of the scrolling page on ASOS.

    我'在ASOS的滾動頁面底部找過。

  • I've looked everywhere for it.

    我到處找它。

  • And ultimately, you find happiness for a fleeting time with those things,

    而最終,你用這些東西找到了短暫的幸福。

  • but happiness comes from within,

    但幸福來自於內心。

  • and I know that's a massive, massive cliché,

    我知道這是一個巨大的,巨大的陳詞濫調。

  • probably everyone's told you it a thousand times.

    可能每個人'的告訴你一千倍。

  • But if you're happy in yourself and who you are,

    但如果你對自己和自己的身份感到滿意。

  • then you promote happiness to other people

    那你就把快樂推廣給別人

  • and that comes back to you sevenfold.

    而這也是你的七倍回報。

  • The people around you will be happier as well.

    你身邊的人也會更開心。

  • Never bring a prop on stage when you have Parkinson's,

    當你患有帕金森症時,千萬不要帶道具上臺。

  • you can't be trusted.

    你不能被信任。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • It's okay to say you are having a shit day.

    說你今天過得很糟糕也沒關係。

  • It's okay to not be okay, you know.

    這是好的,你知道嗎?

  • You can base on that old saying which I love, which is,

    你可以根據我喜歡的那句老話,就是。

  • 'You can cover a turd in glitter but it will still be a turd, essentially'.

    '你可以用閃光劑覆蓋糞便,但它仍然會是糞便,本質上'。

  • (Chuckling)

    (笑著)

  • If you experience the worst of days, then you will experience the best of days.

    如果你經歷了最壞的日子,那麼你就會經歷最好的日子。

  • You have to feel that unhappiness

    你要感受到那種不快樂

  • to feel the happiness that you get from a good day

    感受到你從一個好天氣中得到的幸福。

  • and from good things that are happening in your life.

    並從你生活中發生的好事情。

  • And ultimately, by saying to people, 'I'm having a terrible day'.

    最終,通過對人們說,'我&39;有一個可怕的一天&39;。

  • And being honest,

    而且是誠實的。

  • and by actually being someone that has to go out and talk about Parkinson's,

    並通過實際是一個人,必須走出去,談論帕金森's。

  • I'm doing everyone a misjustice

    我給大家帶來了不公正的待遇。

  • if I'm selling it as something that is amazing,

    如果我'賣的東西是驚人的。

  • and it's all about tinsel tops and things like that.

    和它'的所有關於錫鑞頂和類似的東西。

  • It's not. It's actually incredibly hard.

    它'不是。它'實際上是難以置信的困難。

  • But by being honest with people, they know how to treat me,

    但只要對人坦誠,他們就知道如何對待我。

  • they know what I expect from them, what I do and don't want help with.

    他們知道我對他們的期望,我做什麼和不'想要的幫助。

  • And it makes it easy for all of us.

    而且它讓我們大家都很輕鬆。

  • Because every time I tell someone I have Parkinson's,

    因為每次我告訴別人我有帕金森症。

  • I know it breaks their heart a little bit.

    我知道這讓他們有點心碎。

  • It may be the tenth time I'm telling someone

    這可能是我第十次告訴別人了。

  • but it's the first time they're hearing it.

    但這'是他們第一次聽到。

  • Be impatient,

    要有耐心。

  • with yourself, not with other people,

    與自己,而不是與別人。

  • because that does not lead to happiness on anyone's time.

    因為這並不會給任何人帶來幸福'的時間。

  • Be impatient with yourself and don't settle.

    對自己要有耐心,不要將就。

  • I could have very easily hidden in a corner,

    我可以很容易地躲在角落裡。

  • with slippers on, on a chair, done nothing for the rest of my life,

    穿著拖鞋,坐在椅子上,什麼也沒做,就這樣度過了餘生。

  • and no one would have judged me for it

    無人問津

  • because it's a big thing to deal with.

    因為它'是一個大事情處理。

  • But I do more now than I've ever done before,

    但我現在做的事情比以前更多。

  • and that is because I feel like I have nothing to lose.

    那是因為我覺得自己沒什麼可失去的。

  • What's the worst that could happen? I'll get Parkinson's? Done that, you know.

    最壞的情況是什麼?我會得到帕金森症?你知道嗎?

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • It's alright.

    沒事的

  • So, because of that, I kind of go out and do more than ever before.

    所以,正因為如此,我算是出門在外,做的事情比以前多了。

  • I would encourage other people to do the same.

    我會鼓勵其他人也這樣做。

  • Live as if it's the last opportunity to do something.

    活著,好像這是最後一次做事的機會。

  • Say yes more.

    多說幾句是吧。

  • I say yes too much, and to be fair I need to say no a little bit more,

    我說 "是 "的太多了,說句公道話,我需要多說一點 "不"。

  • because I don't sleep, ever.

    因為我不睡覺,永遠。

  • But it's definitely a great opportunity to try new things,

    但這絕對是一個嘗試新事物的好機會。

  • when you suddenly get thrown into a situation

    忽如一夜春風來

  • where you're dealing with something so new.

    在那裡,你'處理如此新的東西。

  • Remember that everyone is going through something as well.

    記住,每個人也都在經歷一些事情。

  • It might be something tiny to you, but it might be something massive to them.

    對你來說可能是微小的事情,但對他們來說可能是巨大的事情。

  • And actually, by being kind to other people

    而實際上,通過對別人的善意

  • and realizing that -- you know, the guy that pushes past you on the train,

    並意識到, - 你知道,那個傢伙,推過去 你在火車上。

  • he might have had a really rubbish day at work;

    他可能有一個非常垃圾的一天在工作。

  • the woman who is letting her child cry in the corner,

    那個讓孩子在角落裡哭泣的女人。

  • and you stood there tutting at them,

    而你卻站在那裡對他們發脾氣

  • someone in their family may have just passed away.

    他們的家人可能剛剛去世。

  • You don't know what's happening in their lives.

    你不知道他們的生活中發生了什麼'。

  • And actually, by being more tolerant of others,

    而實際上,通過對他人的更多包容。

  • it makes you happier in yourself.

    它讓你自己更快樂。

  • I suddenly realized, as someone in London, it's an incredibly fast-paced place.

    我突然意識到,作為一個在倫敦的人,這是一個節奏非常快的地方。

  • Everyone's rushing to get somewhere and do something,

    每個人'都急著要去什麼地方,做什麼事情。

  • and pushing other people out of the way.

    並把別人推開。

  • And it's nice to take the time to consider what other people are feeling.

    而花時間去考慮別人的感受,也是不錯的。

  • That tolerance comes back to you like a boomerang,

    這種寬容就像迴旋鏢一樣回到你身邊。

  • because if you're kind to other people, people are ultimately kind to you.

    因為如果你對別人好,人們最終也會對你好。

  • It takes sometimes a while to get there,

    有時需要一段時間才能達到目的。

  • and it might not be the same kind person,

    而且可能不是同一個善良的人。

  • but it comes back to you eventually.

    但它最終還是會回到你身邊。

  • Wear flat shoes, I cannot stress this enough.

    穿平底鞋,這一點我怎麼強調都不為過。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • If you have unhappy feet, you have an unhappy mind,

    如果你有不快樂的腳,你就有不快樂的心。

  • and that's all I can say about it.

    而這'是我能說的全部。

  • I've got a slight heel on today, but we're talking like tiny,

    我'今天有一個輕微的腳後跟,但我們'說的是像微小。

  • and it's upsetting me slightly.

    而這讓我略感不安。

  • Wear trainers whenever you can because it's just --

    儘可能的穿上運動鞋,因為它只是--。

  • when you're diagnosed with something like Parkinson's,

    當你'被診斷為像帕金森'的東西。

  • you can wear them to clubs and get away with murder,

    你可以戴著它們去俱樂部,然後逃脫謀殺。

  • it's fantastic.

    它'的奇妙。

  • But some people trot around town all the time in heels,

    但有些人總是穿著高跟鞋在城裡跑來跑去。

  • and I feel sorry for them.

    我為他們感到難過。

  • I feel sorry they have to wear heels all the time,

    我覺得很抱歉,他們必須一直穿高跟鞋。

  • because no one is happy in heels.

    因為沒有人是快樂的高跟鞋。

  • No one!

    沒有人!

  • If they're saying they are, they're lying.

    如果他們'說他們是,他們'在撒謊。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • I like to say this sentence to myself

    我喜歡對自己說這句話

  • because I think I've been very, very lucky in the people that I have around me,

    因為我認為我已經非常,非常幸運,在我身邊的人。

  • but I found my port in a storm before the winds came.

    但在風來之前,我在風暴中找到了我的港口。

  • I knew who my people were before I needed them.

    在我需要他們之前,我就知道誰是我的人。

  • And that meant that when I looked for them, they were there.

    這意味著,當我找他們的時候,他們就在那裡。

  • And I knew that I was sorted, and sturdy, and supported.

    我知道,我已經被整理好了,結實了,有了支撐。

  • Sometimes, if you think people are going to be there,

    有時候,如果你認為人們會在那裡。

  • you're not 100% sure until you need them whether they are,

    你'不是100%確定,直到你需要他們是否。

  • you may not have been there for them in the past,

    你過去可能沒有陪他們。

  • they might hold a grudge.

    他們可能會懷恨在心。

  • And having a support network when something bad's happening,

    並且在發生不好的事情時,有一個支持網絡'。

  • or when good stuff is happening,

    或有好事發生時。

  • is really, really incredibly important.

    是真的,真的非常重要。

  • It's great to stand on your own,

    它'自立門戶的感覺真好。

  • but it's also really important to have a team around you

    但它也真的很重要 有一個團隊在你身邊

  • that are there cheering you on.

    在那裡為你加油。

  • Don't grow up.

    別長大了。

  • I don't mean like die or anything,

    我的意思不是說像死或什麼。

  • we're not going to get that dark.

    我們'不會變得那麼黑暗。

  • I mean, don't be a grown-up.

    我的意思是,不要做一個成年人。

  • Run around, do what you can.

    跑來跑去,做你能做的事。

  • Enjoy yourself.

    好好享受吧

  • Wearing trainers definitely helps with that, I find.

    我發現,穿運動鞋絕對能幫到你。

  • People don't laugh at silly things enough.

    人們對傻事笑得不夠。

  • I've been laughing in my head at the name Trump

    我'特朗普這個名字,我一直在腦海裡笑。

  • since this whole fiasco happened.

    自從這整個慘案發生後,

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • I feel I'm the only one doing that,

    我覺得我'是唯一一個這樣做的人。

  • I'm hoping other people here do that every time as well.

    我'希望這裡的其他人也能每次都這樣做。

  • Great, that lady is nodding. Fantastic!

    太好了,那位女士在點頭。太棒了!

  • It's kind of running on the grass when you're not supposed to

    我的意思是說,你不應該在草地上奔跑。

  • and doing stupid things,

    和做愚蠢的事情。

  • wearing tops like this when you're supposed to be a grown-up.

    穿著這樣的上衣,當你'應該是一個成年人。

  • When suddenly you're dealt something that's really massive,

    當突然間你'被處理的東西,'是真正巨大的。

  • you realise that actually you can't be ashamed of yourself anymore,

    你意識到,其實你不能再為自己感到羞恥了'。

  • you have to just get on with being yourself and doing what you do.

    你必須做你自己,做你該做的事。

  • And it's incredibly freeing!

    而且它'令人難以置信的自由!

  • But I think children have it right,

    但我認為孩子們的做法是對的。

  • they have it set in their minds what they want to do,

    他們已經在腦海中設定了他們想要做的事情。

  • they're just going to do it and have fun.

    他們'只是去做,並有樂趣。

  • As we grow up, that kind of gets shaken out of us a little bit.

    隨著我們的成長,那種被動搖了我們一點點。

  • This man's socks here are filling me with great joy,

    這個男人'的襪子在這裡讓我充滿了巨大的喜悅。

  • because he's the man that likes colour.

    因為他'是喜歡顏色的人。

  • We should wear more colour, and be happy, and be children at heart.

    我們應該多穿點顏色,快樂一點,做一個心懷孩子的人。

  • Don't sweat the small stuff,

    別為小事操心。

  • but really appreciate the small stuff that you can do.

    但真的很感謝你能做的小事。