WATCH – Sober Like A Fox – 

November 9, 2020 – With the love and support of his wife of more than 30 years, Tracy Pollan, Fox found sobriety: “The tools that worked for quitting drinking work even better for [Parkinson’s], which are: acceptance and surrender. Not like, ‘I give up, ‘I quit,’ but you just say, ‘OK, I cede you the big points.’”

“There’s the stuff you plan — the stuff you work towards … And then there’s things that just happen,” he added. “And the things that just happen are usually of a more intricate design and a higher purpose than whatever you come up with.”

Ahead of the release of his new memoir, “No Time Like the Future,” Michael J. Fox opened up about his struggles with fame, sobriety and the disease for which he’s become a tireless advocate: Parkinson’s disease.

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