Monthly Archives: June 2013

Fighting Parkinson’s, and your compassionate smile

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

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and knowing your recovery is real

I was on a coaching Skype on Friday, and the person told me that he believed very strongly and had great faith in his recovery, but in the back of his mind was the nagging voice that said, “How can … Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and three years symptom free

Three years with no Parkinson’s symptoms. Three years with no Parkinson’s Disease. I am grateful. Please share:

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and faith, fear, and vulnerability

I have written recent posts about faith over fear and about vulnerability. At some level in your Parkinson’s recovery, there is a crossroad where faith, fear, and vulnerability all stare you in the face at the same time. You have … Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and the Tucson Workshop was educational

As you know, on Saturday, June 1, 2013, I was scheduled to have my sixth workshop in taking my Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™ on the road. This fifth venue of 2013 was Tucson, Arizona and the day was educational! Imagine: … Continue reading

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