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Monthly Archives: July 2012
This is the third installment of a four-part series. If you have not read Fighting Parkinson’s, and dissecting the disease, part 1 of 4, you may click here and read it now. If you have not read Fighting Parkinson’s, and … Continue reading
This is the second installment of a four-part series. If you have not read Fighting Parkinson’s, and dissecting the disease, part 1 of 4, you may click here and read it now. Reading part 1 first will give you a … Continue reading
Fear is a big part of Parkinson’s. Fear of what we are told is the inevitable outcome of our lives. Fear of tremors and rigidity and slowness and pain…and what do they mean. From a Western Medicine perspective, an increase … Continue reading
There is a woman I am coaching, and she ends all of her emails with this quote: “You always had the power”…. Glenda the Good Witch. The first time I saw this at the end of one of her emails, … Continue reading
Prior to my recovery from Parkinson’s Disease, the only other person I had met who had Parkinson’s was my mother. She was one of the kindest, most giving people you ever would have had the pleasure of knowing…kind and giving … Continue reading
Last week, I posted “Fighting Parkinson’s, and drinking more water.” In that post, I discussed how an increase in water helps resolve two major issues with Parkinson’s, urgent urination and constipation. Today, I feel it is necessary to add one … Continue reading
When we take a good hard look at our lives, we realize that what we actually have control over are our efforts of what we are doing. That’s right, our efforts. The more effort we put into something, the more … Continue reading
Over the last two weeks, I have been having the “you need to be drinking more water” conversation with quite a few people. Of course, the response is pretty much like this: “But I already have urgency of urination problems … Continue reading
If you did not have Parkinson’s, the Recipe for Recovery, in and of itself, is not too easy or too difficult. I understand this from both sides of the disease. But you do have Parkinson’s, and even though you can … Continue reading