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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Choosing to control your life. The current medical viewpoint of your life after a Parkinson’s diagnosis is that you have an incurable disease and you are heading down a progressively degenerative path for the rest of your life — you … Continue reading
I have received a lot of feedback on my last post about losing our minds, and some of you have posted wonderful comments. This is a big topic, so I wanted to do a follow up to it. I remembered … Continue reading
Losing our minds helps us recover. In response to this statement, if you now are thinking, “Howard has lost his mind,” you are absolutely correct. This is such an important point, I have the following quote at the bottom right-hand … Continue reading
Many people with Parkinson’s get extremely self-conscious when going out in public. There is the whole concern of people staring and wondering what is wrong with you. You already are not happy about the way look or move or feel, … Continue reading
Parkinson’s has a way of making us lose who we are. We don’t walk like we used to. We don’t move like we used to. We don’t talk like we used to. We don’t laugh like we used to. We … Continue reading
A couple of days ago I wrote about how fear impedes recovery. It seems appropriate to follow that up with a post on how acceptance and faith promote recovery. Not only do acceptance and faith promote recovery, but they defeat … Continue reading
We have discussed many times how faith is important in this recovery. It is faith at the beginning, “I know I will recover,” that sends us down our path toward recovery. Faith gets us started, and faith helps us through … Continue reading
When I started this blog over two years ago, my first few posts were “catching up” posts because I had been doing the Recipe for Recovery for six months prior to starting the blog. Here was my recap “My initial … Continue reading