Parkinson's disease sufferer Michael J. Fox has revealed in an interview that his medical condition has helped him become a better father.
During an interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired on her daily talk show in America, the 'Back To The Future' star said that his disease has made him put his kids first, and his work second.
"If I'm sitting, watching TV or something and my kids come and they want to show me something, they wanna ask me something, I just made up my mind that there's nothing that I'm doing at any time that's more important than that, and I'll always get up every time and go," Contactmusic quoted Fox, as saying.
"I don't know that I would think that way before this happened. I really get that every moment is special and important... As long as I can get there, I'll be there," he added.