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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Parkinson’s knocks us off balance physically, mentally, and spiritually. Last week in “Fighting Parkinson’s, and awareness of our balance” and “Fighting Parkinson’s, and awareness of our balance, part 2,” I focused on physical and mental balance, including making certain our … Continue reading
Parkinson’s knocks us off balance physically, mentally, and spiritually. A couple of days ago in “Fighting Parkinson’s, and awareness of our balance,” I focused on physical balance, including making certain our feet are pointing straight forward when we walk. Today, … Continue reading
Parkinson’s knocks us off balance physically, mentally, and spiritually. I have written about this before, but the physical balance issue has been on the minds of many of you who have contacted me recently. Here is an excerpt from my … Continue reading
I discuss Parkinson’s recovery as a soul, mind, and body healing. The Parkinson’s body is not hard to define: symptoms ranging from tremors to rigidity to slowness, etc. The Parkinson’s mind is not hard to define: emotions ranging from fear … Continue reading
How much of our lives are we “going through the motions” without a present awareness of what we are doing, how we are doing it, or why we are doing it? The Recipe for Recovery can fall into that category. … Continue reading
My last few posts have been about staying on the recovery path even though our symptoms seem like they may be getting worse…increased tremors, a little more stiffness, a little more pain, a little more slowness. This is a good … Continue reading
In response to a couple of comments on my last post, “Fighting Parkinson’s, and learning from the tortoise,” I wrote, “Please remember, when you proceed slow and steady, you tend to see many beautiful things in life that you used … Continue reading
In our push-button-everything-in-an-instant world, we need a reminder that we did not get Parkinson’s in an instant, and it will not go away in an instant. I have stated before that Parkinson’s recovery is a race won by the tortoise, … Continue reading
When I posted, “Fighting Parkinson’s, and feeling a new pain or more tremors” a few days ago, I did not anticipate that a Part 2 would be forthcoming. However, as a result of my email being flooded with feedback on … Continue reading