For his life with his disease Parkinson’s spoke o Ozzy Osbourne.
The rock legend, who was diagnosed with the disease in 2019, spoke openly to the Observer about both the physical and mental disorders he faces due to Parkinson’s.
“You think you’re lifting your legs, but basically nothing is moving. I feel like I’m walking in leaden boots”he stated.
He even admitted that his diagnosis made him depressed and he “struggled” with it until 2020.I reached a point, much lower than I wanted. I couldn’t find anything good. So, I had to put it on anti-depressants. Fortunately, they work well”, he said. As he later said, he would not be alive if he did not have his beloved wife by his side, Sharon and his daughter, Kelly. It was his own people who helped him find himself.
“Without Sharon, I would have left. Sometimes, we have some difficulties, but we manage and keep going.” he said characteristically, thanking Sharon Osbourne for being by his side all these years.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbor met in 1970, when the now famous TV personality was just 18 years old. At the time, her father, Don Arden, was representing the band Black Sabbath in the media. Nine years later, Arden fired Ozzy from Black Sabbath and Sharon began representing her future husband herself. The two didn’t immediately become a couple, with the heavy metal star still married to his first wife, Thelma Riley. From friends they became a couple in 1979 and married in 1982. During their marriage they had three children, his daughters Amy and Kelly and their son Jack.
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