At the beginning of the year, I posted, “Fighting Parkinson’s, and 2023…the year of change!” Today, we reach the end of the first quarter, so I am checking in to see how everybody is doing. I am hopeful that change has been wonderful!
In my first blog post of the year, I wrote:
“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.
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.”
Okay. We are at the end of the first quarter of the year. If you wish to post a comment, please let us know what change or changes have you made physically, mentally, and/or spiritually that have moved you forward in your recovery journey?
You can do this!
You are worth it!!!
All my best,
(Thank you for the birthday wishes from last week’s blog post)