Happy New Year, 2023!!! As we wound down 2022, a year of many challenges, we closed that door to the past. It is January 1, 2023, and the sun is rising to awaken us to 2023 and the possibilities that lie ahead. For each and every one of you, this is a new year, a new breath of fresh air, and a new outlook: 2023…the year of change!
What do I mean by change? Doing something differently, making subtle adjustments to what one is doing, and acknowledging that whatever you were doing when you got Parkinson’s will need to be changed at some level for you to get out of Parkinson’s.
The comment section has been made available again. I welcome each and every one of you who wishes to share as a comment specifying what change you intend to make in your recovery journey this year to post such a comment.
As the year progresses, I will continue to work on this theme of change. As I have discussed in the past, I saw Parkinson’s as a symptom that my life had gotten out of balance physically, mentally, and spiritually. So, I needed to change back to my authentic self in what I was doing, what I was thinking, and how I was feeling.
This was not easy because I had become accustomed to the me I had become, the out-of-balance me. However, the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery® was my road map to bring balance back into my life, and I have been fully recovered from Parkinson’s for 12.5 years.
Let’s begin slow and easy:
“Today is January 1, 2023. It is a new year, and I am grateful for the continuing opportunity to have my life and head toward my Parkinson’s recovery. Today is the day I make a commitment to myself to change to a healthier me!”
Happy New Year! 2023…the year of change!!
You are worth it!!!
All my best,