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- Fighting Parkinson’s, and your strong faith!
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- Fighting Parkinson’s, and the final day of the 30-day challenge 2020
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- Fighting Parkinson’s, and living your life…today!
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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Shortly after I first posted the Recipe for Recovery, I received a lot of feedback about how people could or could not do the recipe. Recently, I have received similar feedback, including that I seem quick and flexible on the … Continue reading
Have you ever taken the time to talk to your organs and let them know what you are doing to heal them? Have you ever taken the time to thank your organs for the hard work they have been doing … Continue reading
Getting Parkinson’s Disease is like being the victim of identity theft. While we are going about our daily lives, something nefarious is lurking in the shadows. It is stalking us, learning our habits, thinking our thoughts, tapping into our spirits, … Continue reading
Fear. It causes worry. Fear. It is debilitating. Fear. It stops us from living. What is it about these words, “You have Parkinson’s Disease,” that makes us so worried that we become debilitated and stop living? Fear. What is it … Continue reading
I get asked a recurring question: “How do you know your Recipe for Recovery will work for me?” I tell people that I cannot guarantee it will work for them. I remind them it worked for me, and generally, I … Continue reading
After my Parkinson’s recovery last year, approximately once a week until my doctor visit where he confirmed that he could not detect a single Parkinson’s symptom, I entered blog posts letting everybody know I still was symptom free. I had … Continue reading
It seems like a discussion about emotions would be pretty straightforward, but I have found it quite difficult because emotions permeate everything we do. Yesterday morning in an explanation about surrender, I got on the topic of emotions. Yesterday afternoon … Continue reading