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- Fighting Parkinson’s, and reducing your holiday stress
- Fighting Parkinson’s, and strengthening your voice
- Fighting Parkinson’s, and being in the present moment RIGHT NOW!
- Fighting Parkinson’s, and the final day of the 30-day challenge 2018
- Fighting Parkinson’s, and loosening shoulders and lessening tremors
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Last year, I issued a 30-day challenge for the month of November to those new people to the blog and to those who have been inspired about recovery, but who are still thinking about whether or not to do the … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, I posted about taking the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™ on the road with workshops. At that time it looked like I was going to start with Atlanta in November and Seattle in December. As it … Continue reading
Sometimes people begin doing the Recipe for Recovery with the expectation that they will receive immediate symptom relief. As I have discussed many times, this is not the case. Recently somebody said to me, “I have been doing everything exactly … Continue reading
There are things we can learn from the tortoise every day. Please remember, when you proceed like the tortoise, slow and steady, you tend to see many beautiful things in life that you used to just walk passed without noticing. … Continue reading
I have written in the past, and it is contained in the Recipe for Recovery, the meditations, affirmations, and prayers that were part of my recovery. On the issue of fear, I have explained how I gave away fear to … Continue reading
I want to tell you that I am taking the Recipe for Recovery on the road. I have decided that I want to visit one city per month and provide a one-day workshop on the Recipe for Recovery. This will … Continue reading
Recently, a number of people have expressed that they look at themselves and their Parkinson’s with some guilt for having it, a sort of, “why me?” followed by, “because I have done something wrong in life to deserve this disease.” … Continue reading