Parkinson’s disease has taught me so much about living! It has brought me a perspective, a purpose, and a focus!
I for one, have never been great with change! The reality of the situation is that change happens whether I want it or not. The energy, time, emotion, and effort, that we spend could be used so much better if we didn’t chase what we know can’t be changed.
Dealing with any illness, whether it is Parkinson’s or not, is not an easy task!
I am so honored to be recognized with so many amazing bloggers to be named
Consider this for your search for health and wellness:
Laughter, giggles, chuckles, guffaws, and smiles are powerful tools for us to help ourselves–I hope
Those of us living with the illness as well as our care partners, caregivers, and close relatives, are all well aware of the physical, the mental, and the spiritual toll that Parkinson’s can take.
April has been declared to be Parkinson’s Awareness Month. So, I pose this question to you—what does that mean?
UPDATE! Just in case you missed it, here is the video link to the Champions
Parkinson’s disease has given me many gifts, lessons, and opportunities. I am forever thankful for the amazing people that I have met and developed friendships with over the past 20+ years.
10 Suggestions to Improve the Doctor-Patient Visit (from a patient’s viewpoint)
10 Tips for Staying Positive and Proactive by Karl Robb – asoftvoice.com Take care of yourself. The more you know about Parkinson’s, the better. You play the key role in your own health.
It has been close to 4 years since my cat Shadow, lost her eye to Cancer. As worried parents, we were uncertain of how our vivacious ornery ball of fluff would mend or adapt to losing an eye.
I am so honored to have been chosen as a WPC blogger partner for the World Parkinson Congress
To my friends and followers, Thank you for your support and interest in my blog!