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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: July 2014
As we go through life, we learn that we have the right to be angry if something happens we do not like. We also have the right to be frustrated, resentful, worrisome, fearful, stressful, anxious, unforgiving, critical, and self-critical. Today, … Continue reading
As you know, on Saturday, July 19, 2014, I had my first workshop of 2014 taking my Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery® on the road. The venue was Tampa, FL, where I live, and the day was absolutely outstanding! Imagine: 19 … Continue reading
In looking at Parkinson’s and your emotions, there is a recurring theme about how stress causes symptoms to get worse, particularly tremors. In the book Not Always So, there is a passage about life being like a movie. Here is … Continue reading
I have expressed in the past that this healing journey begins with faith in the ability to recover from Parkinson’s. Keeping a positive attitude is a component that goes hand-in-hand with faith. Together, they are the fuel that lights you … Continue reading
In my last few posts, I have written about keeping a positive attitude and about keeping a strong faith in your recovery. Clearly, when trying to look beyond symptoms and toward recovery, faith is what we hold on to. In … Continue reading
On January 1, 2014, I posted Fighting Parkinson’s, and 2014…the year of faith! For the last six months, you have been working on faith and fighting fear. Today, as we begin the second half of 2014, I am re-posting in … Continue reading