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Monthly Archives: August 2011
I have received many emails of very positive feedback regarding last week’s post, “Fighting Parkinson’s, and ‘okay.’” Also, there were a few comments posted, so if you have not seen them, please click back to that post and read what … Continue reading
“Okay” is the word I have come to use to denote acceptance followed by dealing with the issue and working toward a solution. There is a certain emotional detachment that comes with “okay,” but that type of clear-headed emotional detachment … Continue reading
Parkinson’s Disease does not care about us. It needs us to survive, but it does not care about us. It needs a body to live in, but it does not care about us. It needs a mind to live in, … Continue reading
I was on a coaching call a couple of days ago and was questioned about how Qigong works, basically, what is it really doing because sometimes it is hard to know if it is doing anything at all. After a … Continue reading
We each are the expert of our own Parkinson’s. We know our individual Parkinson’s better than anybody. We are the ones living in our Parkinson’s body, thinking with our Parkinson’s mind, and feeling with our Parkinson’s soul. So, if we … Continue reading
For those of you with Parkinson’s, I know you already suffer from excessive, emergency trips to the bathroom to relieve your bladder. The last thing in the world you think you need is more water. My theory is that you … Continue reading
On August 5, 2010, one year ago today, I went for my follow up visit with my Parkinson’s specialist. At the time, I was about 8 weeks with no symptoms. My neurologist put me through all of his tests, which … Continue reading