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When I wrote last week’s blog post, i was not anticipating a part 2. However, ”love defeats fear” sparked lively conversations about getting to the point of self love. Today I will share what I did to get my internal … Continue reading
I have written a lot about faith and a lot about fear, and most people think that faith and fear are opposites. Actually, I feel that love and fear are opposites, and it is self-love that melts the blockages, defeats … Continue reading
Recently, a topic has come up on coaching calls, and I want to share it with you. Some people who are close to finishing their recoveries have been hit by fear. The question I have asked is “What do you … Continue reading
We have spent the last month discussing awareness. When you are aware that you are having your recovery, trusting that not only have you picked the correct path, but also, that you will persevere and see it through to the … Continue reading
As we wind down a month of Parkinson’s awareness, there is one last thing of which you must be aware: YOU ARE WORTHY!
This fourth installment for Parkinson’s Awareness Month 2022 focuses on awareness of your recovery. That’s right, being aware of what you are doing, how you are doing it, and why you are doing it in relationship to your recovery.
As we finish out the second week of Parkinson’s Awareness Month 2022, I would like to share another awareness with all of you.
As we discussed in my last post, if you are reading this blog, then you have a different viewpoint of Parkinson’s disease, and thus, a different viewpoint of Parkinson’s awareness. Today, we take the discussion to a higher level.
April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. As a group, we are carrying a message of hope and recovery like nobody else. Let’s work together and make this a Parkinson’s Awareness Month everybody will remember.
Oh my, where did the time go? On March 25, 2010, twelve years ago today and six months into my Parkinson’s recovery, I began this blog. Today, I will look at from where we have come, where we are, and … Continue reading