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"Everyone is acting like it's doomsday but it's not. Life happens and everybody gets dealt a different set of cards, and it depends how you play it," she told the Daily Mirror. "We take every day as it comes and he is doing incredible. We couldn't have got much closer, but we did. Everyone is acting like it is doomsday, it's not. It's just something we have to deal with."

During the "Good Morning America" segment, Kelly said, "The hardest thing is watching somebody that you love suffer."

"It's kind of become a bit of — I think a role reversal for us, where we have to be like, 'Snap out of it. Come on we — we have to all admit what's happening here,' so that we can get over this. And it took a while for everyone to be on the same page," she added.

Sharon tried to keep an optimistic outlook on the diagnosis as well when they first revealed the news.

"There's so many different types of Parkinson's. It's not a death sentence by any stretch of the imagination, but it does affect certain nerves in your body," Sharon said at the time.

"He's gonna get back up there and he's gong do what he loved to do," she add, wiping away tears. "I know it."

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"Coming from a working class background, I hate to let people down. I hate to not do my job," Ozzy told Robin Roberts. "And so when I see my wife goin' to work, my kids goin' to work, everybody's doing – tryin' to be helpful to me, that gets me down because I can't contribute to my family, you know.

"But you know, put it this way – I'm a lot better now than I was last February. I was in a shocking state," he added.

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