Living with Huntington’s Disease can be a difficult journey. It is a rare, progressive, genetic disorder that affects the brain and nervous system. Symptoms include depression, difficulty speaking, trouble swallowing, muscle coordination problems, difficulty walking, and involuntary movements. It is an incurable disease that can significantly reduce a person’s quality of life. It is important to know that although Huntington’s Disease is life-altering, there are treatments and resources available that can help improve quality of life. There are medications that can help with symptoms, support groups, and therapy that can help manage the disease. It is also important to have a strong support system of family and friends to help with the emotional and physical strain of managing the condition. With the right support, those living with Huntington’s Disease can still lead fulfilling lives.